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June 1, 2009 Comments and Recommendations Gunnison Basin Federal Lands Travel Management DEIS COHVCO – TPA - RMEC 1. The DEIS Summary (page 1) sets up the planning bias that reflects itself throughout the document. The sixth paragraph states: “The agencies have the difficult task of balancing the need for access to the federal lands for a wide variety of uses with our mandate to manage for long-term sustainability of the federal lands and natural resources on those lands”. While we appreciate and recognize the “difficult task” of this planning effort, both the BL M and U.S. Forest Service have a “mandate” to provide for multiple use and sustained yield of all resources…including outdoor recreation …that best meets the need of American people (Multiple-Use Sustained Yield Act, 16 U.S.C. § 528, and National Forest Management Act, 16 U.S.C. § 1604(e)). These are “judicious use” concepts that include the principle of sustained yield of all of the several products and services obtained from renewable surface resources. By positioning “access needs for a variety of uses” on one end of a planning teeter-totter, against “the mandate for long-term sustainability of natural resources” on the other end, suggests an agency, predetermined, point of balance outside the mandate to also provide for sustainable services for the American people. The term “balance” in the Travel Rule and in this DEIS ...
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                           June 1, 2009 Comments and Recommendations Gunnison Basin Federal Lands Travel Management DEIS COHVCO TPA - RMEC  1.  The DEIS Summary (page 1) sets up the planning bias that reflects itself throughout the document. The sixth paragraph states: “The agencies have the difficult task of balancing the need for access to the federal lands for a wide variety of uses with our mandate to manage for long-term sustainability of the federal lands and natural resources on those lands”.  While we appreciate and recognize the “difficult task” of this planning effort, both the BL M and U.S. Forest Service have a “mandate” to provide for multiple use and sustained yield of all resources…including outdoor recreation …that best meets the need of American people (Multiple-Use Sustained Yield Act, 16 U.S.C. § 528, and National Forest Management Act, 16 U.S.C. § 1604(e)). These are “judicious use” concepts that include the principle of sustained yield of all of the several products and services obtained from renewable surface resources. By positioning “access needs for a variety of uses” on one end of a planning teeter-totter, against “the mandate for long-term sustainability of natural resources” on the other end, suggests an agency, predetermined, point of balance outside the mandate to also provide for sustainable services for the American people.  The term “balance” in the Travel Rule and in this DEIS remains conveniently undefined and left open to individual, local planning team interpretation. This creates bias for alternative construction and allocation of opportunities. The term, “sustained yield” means achievement and maintenance in perpetuity of a high-level, annual output of the various resources and services without impairment of the productivity of the land. This should be a planning process that finds harmonious and coordinated management programs that recognizes relative values of both goods and services. In item 37 of this comment, details are provided on available mileage by type of recreation that show motorized recreation receives the short shrift on recreational opportunity.  It has been extremely difficult for the public to participate with federal agencies that keep shifting management priorities and budget strategies. It has tended to make the anticipation of sustainable public services and facilities difficult to predict and plan for. The recreation service programs, greatly touted in the early 1990s as a substitute for the loss of commodity programs in our rural communities, have taken a “back seat” to other resources and the allocation of land uses.  WE ASK THAT RECREATION BE AFFORDED EQUAL STATUS WITH OTHER FOREST USES, AND THAT CAPRICIOUS BUDGETING EXPLANATIONS BE REMOVED IN THE FEIS.
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