Members of the general public are invited to evaluation and submit feedback till September 14 on the Theodore Roosevelt Nationwide Park Facility Revitalization Plan (Plan) and Environmental Evaluation (EA). The plan assesses potential enhancements at developed areas of the park together with Painted Canyon, South Unit in Medora, North Unit, Peaceable Valley Ranch, and the Elkhorn Ranch Unit. Your enter is vital and can assist form potential enhancements at Theodore Roosevelt Nationwide Park.
The Plan presents a spread of potential planning ideas for customer and administrative services in every of the above places that handle future wants, prioritize infrastructure investments, and leverage partnership alternatives. These investments might happen over the following 30 years and past. Implementing the Plan would assist the park and its companions increase the preservation and understanding of President Theodore Roosevelt’s story, philosophy, and conservation legacy.
The EA analyzes the potential environmental results related to implementing these enhancements and in addition supplies really helpful mitigation measures and greatest practices for implementation. Enhancements can be phased based mostly on present priorities and future wants inside the larger context of the park, availability of funding, and collaboration with companions and stakeholders.
Learn how to take part
The NPS is planning two public conferences on the Facility Revitalization Plan and Environmental Evaluation. You’re invited to attend one or each of those conferences to be taught in regards to the Plan and EA. Individuals may name in by cellphone to both assembly at 888-475-4499 (toll free) webinar ID: 987 9266 2827 or discover your native quantity: https://zoom.us/u/abEMIQ1Sdj.
August 23, 2022, 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm (Central Time), on-line
Be part of the assembly: https://swca.zoom.us/j/98792662827
August 24, 2022, 6:30 pm to eight:30 pm (Central Time), in individual
This will likely be an open home assembly with a presentation scheduled at 6:45 pm, at: Watford Metropolis Civic Middle, 213 2nd Road NE, Watford Metropolis, ND 58854.
The general public remark interval will start Tuesday, August 16 and conclude Thursday, September 14, 2022. Please present feedback on-line (https://parkplanning.nps.gov/THROFRP_EA) or by mail, addressed to:
Theodore Roosevelt Nationwide Park
PO Field 7
Medora, ND 58645
For extra data, take a look at the Theodore Roosevelt Nationwide Park web site at: