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The Boy Scouts of America have developed a master plan for proposed improvements and upgrades at their youth camp that will require review, analysis, and ultimately approval from the Coronado National Forest Santa Catalina Ranger District before implementation of the plan can occur. The Forest’s review, analysis, and approval process would occur under the purview of the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), which outlines prescriptive actions required by the Forest during this process.
WestLand’s desire to support these project efforts, led to the development of an internal training program; WestLand environmental specialists volunteer their time, collaboratively working with the Forest, to assist the Boy Scouts in navigating the federal permitting process for the proposed improvements at their organizational camp. Specifically, WestLand employees are enjoying this training opportunity to hone and refine their environmental permitting expertise by preparing a Biological Evaluation, a Biological Assessment, and supporting the Forest in streamlining the NEPA process through inter-agency consultations, participation in public scoping efforts, and preparation of a focused environmental assessment.
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|Project||Camp Lawton Master Development Plan Environmental Assessment|
|Completed||Est. March 2020|