ALTURAS – A public meeting to discuss implementation of the Devil’s Garden Plateau Wild Horse Territory Management Plan is set for early January, according to a Modoc National Forest news release.
The purpose of the meeting is to describe the plan actions that have occurred to date. The forest and county would also like to solicit ideas regarding potential barriers to implementation of the plan and ideas to overcome those barriers.
The Devil’s Garden Plateau Wild Horse Territory Management Plan was approved in August 2013. The plan guides management of the Devil’s Garden Plateau Wild Horse Territory for the next 15 or more years. The Plan is consistent with the 1971 Wild Free-Roaming Horses and Burros Act which provides for the protection and management of wild horses on public lands.
A copy of the plan is available at http://1.usa.gov/1PxhnVA. For more information, contact Ken Sandusky at 530-233-5811, TTY: 530-233-8708 (dial 711 from a TTY for relay service) or email email@example.com by Jan. 3.