Might be a repost (yes I searched before I posted this but still :) ), but the DEIS regarding OHV usage for the Pike and San Isabel Nat'l forest was released yesterday and the public comment period is now open. RRMMC sent an email out yesterday with the following information: In 2011, special interest groups filed a civil lawsuit against the USFS, COHVCO, TPA, and The Blue Ribbon Coalition targeting motorized trails in the PSICC. This travel management plan will reduce the number of motorized routes, but Alternative D has the smallest overall reduction. Along with COHVCO and TPA, RRMMC supports Alternative D with modifications: https://www.coloradotpa.org/2016/09/07/pike-san-isabel-national-forest-travel-management-eis/ Public comments are open beginning 9/20/19 and closing in 45 days. Comments can be made here: https://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/psic...b6ywjfXE4XIfpKlb1IUgCf69XtMtRajZ_MEx-Y-fq8FzY Full Report here: https://www.fs.usda.gov/nfs/11558/www/nepa/102995_FSPLT3_4839395.pdf Settlement Agreement here: https://www.fs.usda.gov/nfs/11558/www/nepa/102995_FSPLT3_2604583.pdf I haven't commented yet, but I'm still going through reading the DEIS and the TPA summaries and trying to form something relevant and cohesive to say. I plan on doing so soon. TPA did a very wonderful job summarizing this, but I still don't like to do a straight cut/paste Sorry if this is a repost.