The Bureau of Land Management’s Northwest Resource Advisory Council will meet August 21st at the Allington Inn in Kremmling. Agenda items include a presentation on a population control method for wild horses, the Sutey Ranch Land Exchange, Upper Colorado River fee program and field manager updates. The Northwest Colorado RAC meets quarterly in northwestern Colorado. It is one of several citizen advisory councils to the BLM in Colorado. Its 15 members are appointed by the Secretary of the Interior and represent a broad range of public land interests, including environmental, local government, wild horse and burro, and commercial activity. The Northwest RAC includes the Grand Junction, White River, Little Snake, Kremmling and Colorado River Valley field offices. The Kremmling meeting runs from 8 to 3 and is open to the public, with public comment periods related to items on the agenda scheduled for 10 and 2. For more information, click here.
BLM NWRAC to Meet in Kremmling
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