What land management practices and goals can be utilized with minimal public resistance?
The staff at Land Between The Lakes is committed to working collaboratively with members of the public on land management activities. This will involve engaging the public early and often before proposals are developed. This process allows the Forest Service to share potential management actions to be considered based on existing conditions on the ground.
A collaborative process involves a two way conversation. It will allow the Forest Service to better understand the concerns of the public and address those concerns during the development of a proposal. At the same time, it will allow members of the public to be informed about land and natural resource management at Land Between The Lakes.