Monday, April 11, 2011

Independence Lake - Public Meeting

The Nature Conservancy is welcoming public ideas and feedback about the recreation and access management plan currently underway for Independence Lake located in Northern California in the Sierra Nevada mountains.
The Nature Conservancy is offering several ways for the public to provide input. The first method will be two public meetings.

• Monday, April 18, 2011 at the Loy
alton Social Hall – Open House 5:30/6pm meeting
105 Beckwith St, Loyalton, CA – Sierra County

• Tuesday, April 19, 2011 at the Truckee Town Hall – Open House 5:30/6pm meeting 10183 Truckee Airport Rd, Truckee, CA – Nevada County

Additionally, The Nature Conservancy has set up an online survey to collect input on specific strategies related to management issues. To ensure each person may only fill out the survey once, sign-in is required. The survey can be found HERE. Moreover, the Nature Conservancy is sponsoring focus group sessions with various stakeholder groups to gather additional feedback. The stakeholders are organizing these focus groups directly, and The Nature Conservancy has not placed any restrictions on who may organize one of these sessions.

More information can be found at the following blog, click HERE. If you're having any trouble with the survey, email me, I'll send you a link. Thanks.


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