Aaron and Kate are joined by Laura Peterson, staff attorney with the Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance, to talk about the Bureau of Land Management’s recently finalized Labyrinth Rims/Gemini Bridges Travel Management Plan. The plan will guide land management decisions for a 300,000-acre landscape to the north of Moab for years to come, and will help protect cultural sites, riparian habitat, and the experience of non-motorized recreationists while allowing for motorized recreation on more than 800 miles of dirt trails and routes.
- BLM Releases Plan that Finally Protects Labyrinth Canyon and Surrounding Public Lands – Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance
- Bennet, Senate Colleagues Push to Modernize Oil and Gas Bonding Requirements on Public Lands – Office of Michael Bennet
- The state of tribal co-management of public lands – High Country News
- Cox calls BLM decision to close Moab off-roading routes ‘blatant federal overreach’ as state files legal challenge – Deseret News
- Map of Labyrinth Rims/Gemini Bridges Travel Management Plan – Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance
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Featured image: Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance