RANGELY I The BLM’s White River Field Office is releasing an environmental assessment for public review and comment on the Dragon Trail Interpretive Sites Project. The purpose of this action is protecting important cultural sites while providing information and additional services to the public.Three rock art sites along the Dragon Trail southwest of Rangely, Colo., receive frequent and above average visitation. There has been occasional vandalism to the rock art. The sites require renovations to improve site protection. The interpretation sites will assist the public in understanding the history of the region and provide guidelines on the rules and laws protecting cultural resources. The sites are monitored by BLM archaeological and law enforcement staff.The BLM is seeking initial public comments as it conducts an assessment of the proposal. Comments will be most helpful if provided by Aug. 15. Copies of the proposed action (including maps) are available for review at the WRFO at http://www.blm.gov/co/st/en/fo/wrfo/index.html. Comments can be sent by mail to Kristin Bowen, White River Field Office, 220 E. Market Street, Meeker, CO 81641, or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note Dragon Trail Project in the subject line of the email. For more information please contact the WRFO Visitors Information at (970)878-3800.
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