(Fremont County, WY) – The Fremont County Commissioners along with a steering committee have completed a draft Natural Resource Management Plan (NRMP), according to a July 15th announcement.
The County developed the plan as a tool that allows a local government to have a substantive impact on federal decisions, plans, policies, and programs.
Federal agencies consideration of a local natural resource management plan, or resource plan, can play a key role in the success of a local government engaging as a cooperative agency or with consistency review under the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), coordination under the Federal Lands Policy and Management Act (FLPMA), or National Forest Management Act (NFMA) as well as assisting in the Governor’s consistency review.
The Draft Fremont County NRMP will be released for public comment on Tuesday, July 20th, 2021. The document is located on the Fremont County website for review and download.
Hard copies of the document will also be available for viewing at the public libraries in Dubois, Lander, and Riverton and at the conservation district offices in Dubois, Lander, and Riverton.
The public comment period will be open for 45-days from Tuesday, July 20th through Friday, September 5th. Written public comments are requested to ensure a full understanding of your thoughts and concerns.
Written comments will be fully considered before finalizing the NRMP and can be submitted via email to [email protected] or submitted to Becky Enos at the Fremont County Clerk’s Office.
If you have any questions regarding where to find a copy of the document, contact Bree Burton at [email protected] or 307-733-2999.
To acquire community input and provide information about the purpose and intent of this NRMP, public meetings will be held throughout Fremont County.
The date for those meetings has not been set but will be advertised to the public at least one week in advance of the scheduled meetings through media outlets across the county and will be announced at the August 3rd Fremont County Board of County Commissioners meeting. A virtual option for these meetings will also be available through a Zoom registration link.