Daily Rules, Proposed Rules, and Notices of the Federal Government
The Southeast Oregon RAC consists of 15 members chartered and appointed by the Secretary of the Interior. Their diverse perspectives are represented in commodity, conservation, and general interests. They provide advice to BLM and Forest Service resource managers regarding management plans and proposed resource actions on public land in southeast Oregon.
Tentative agenda items for the September 10-11, 2012, meeting include: A discussion regarding recent wildfires, subsequent stabilization and rehabilitation efforts, effected resources and the status of ecosystems of burned areas within the Southeast Oregon RAC jurisdictional boundary; updates on travel management planning in the Lakeview Resource Area, the Chiloquin Ranger District, and the Malheur National Forest; information sharing regarding Cooperative Conservation Agreements (CCA) and CCA's with Assurances; and a partial-day field tour to the Miller Homestead wildfire area near Frenchglen, Oregon. The Southeast Oregon RAC will also hear subcommittee and Federal official reports, receive an update on the RAC's development on questions for analyzing lands with wilderness characteristics, review and approve meeting minutes from the April 2012 session, and develop agenda items for the next meeting. Any other matters that may reasonably come before the Southeast Oregon RAC may also be addressed.
All meetings are open to the public in their entirety. Those interested in participating in the field tour must provide personal transportation. Information to be distributed to the Southeast Oregon RAC is requested prior to the start of each meeting.
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