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Coronado Forest plan up for 2 discussions

The U.S. Forest Service will host two public workshops in Tucson to discuss its Forest Plan for Coronado National Forest, which affects land-use and conservation decisions.

On Tuesday, discussions will focus on the Santa Catalina and Rincon mountains from 6 to 8:30 p.m. at the Sheraton Hotel and Suites, 5151 E. Grant Road.

On Wednesday, all Arizona mountain ranges are up for discussion at the same time and location.

Forest Service employees will attend the workshops to hear views on management issues, specific areas of concern, livestock grazing, timber extraction, mining, off-road vehicles and other topics.

The plan will include provisions for quiet recreation, quality wildlife habitat, clean watersheds and scenic views.

For more information, call Greta Anderson at 623-5252 Ext. 314 or send an e-mail to ganderson@biologicaldiversity.org.

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