In keeping with its commitment to being a good neighbor through shared conservation stewardship, the Bureau of Land Management signed the Muddy Mountain Coordinated Activity Management Plan (CAMP) on Dec. 27, 2017.
The plan implements a comprehensive strategy focused on adaptive management, multiple resource monitoring, increased project coordination, and addresses public issues related to the Muddy Mountain Plan Area.
The CAMP addresses recreation, forestry and range improvements on the public lands on Muddy Mountain.
This final plan incorporates public comments received on the draft plan in March of 2017, and input from the public meeting on April 7, 2017.
Muddy Mountain is located about 13 air miles south of Casper in Natrona County, Wyoming.
The plan area contains approximately 38,193 acres and ownership is a mix of public lands managed by BLM, state and private lands.
The plan only proposed actions associated with the 9,072 acres of BLM managed public lands.