Sportsmen in the West are dependent on publicly accessible,
highly functioning BLM public lands. These lands are essential for producing
quality big game, sustaining robust fisheries and maximizing maintainable
hunting and fishing opportunities. Hunters and anglers are urging the agency to
consider important lands and unfragmented habitats – and ways to responsibly
administer them to ensure the future of our sporting traditions – as it
develops management tools for the future. Planning 2.0 is our opportunity to
create a BLM planning approach that directly benefits Western hunters and
anglers and fish and wildlife populations, along with the billions of dollars
of annual economic boost provided by public land recreationists.
Take a moment to sign a letter to the BLM.
Dear [Decision Maker],
Sincerely,[Your Name] [Your Address] [City, State ZIP]
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