Wednesday, January 13, 2016

News Release from the National Forests in Alabama - Schedule of Proposed Actions and Invitation to Collaborate

U.S. Forest Service Invites the Public to Get Involved in the Management of Alabama’s National Forests

Montgomery, AL (Jan. 13) --- The National Forests in Alabama released a quarterly Schedule of Proposed Actions (SOPA). The public is encouraged to review the proposed projects and make comments or suggestions to help forest managers make better informed decisions. The National Forests in Alabama SOPA are published on the Forest’s website in January, April, July and October. Comments can also be made via e-mail or by contacting Felicia Humphrey, forest planner at 334-241-8146 or  Review the listing proposed projects and get involved in the management of the Bankhead, Conecuh, Talladega and Tuskegee National Forests.
National Forests in Alabama SOPA Website
National Forests in Alabama Current and Past SOPA Listings
National Forests are working forests where you can expect to see controlled burns, tree thinning tree planting and other management activities throughout the year. The projects are focused on maintaining the health and resilience of national forests while at the same time providing products and services to the public.


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