California Off-Road Vehicle Association

Forest Service Releases Information on Forest Plan Revisions

January 11, 2016 5:05 PM | AJ Granat (Administrator)

The Forest Service has been evaluating information related to Forest Plan Revisions for the Inyo, Sequoia and Sierra National Forests for years. As the release of the Draft Environmental Impact Statement comes closer to release, it is more important that the public engage with their favorite forests. 

CORVA has engaged with the Forest Service repeatedly during the last few years, and now is the time for all forest user to work with their local forests. Post any questions here about Forest Plan Revisions, and we will post the answers on our dedicated Forest Plan Revisions web page. 


  • January 15, 2016 3:56 PM | Mike Johnston
    The Inyo National Forest is already 49% Wilderness (967,039 acres). The "Potential Recommended Wilderness" under consideration includes an alternative that would add 10 more areas and an additional 121,396 acres. How do we stop this proliferation of excess restrictions on our Public Lands? Comments need to be submitted by 2/1/16.
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