Cody, Wyo. – As a part the travel management process, the Shoshone National Forest will hold an Education and Compliance Summit at the Days Inn in Thermopolis, Wyo., on February 24-25, 2016.

The following is the agenda for the meeting:

February 24, 2016

1:00-1:30pm    Welcome and goals for workshop

1:30-2:30pm Small Group discussion – What are the issues?

2:30-5:00pm    Panel discussion w/ White River NF, Uinta-Cache NF, Black Hills NF, and Ride On

5:00-5:15pm    Wrap for the day

February 25, 2016

8:00-8:30am    Law Enforcement 101 – address the law enforcement issues we’ve heard to date

8:30-9:30am Small Group Discussion – What ideas are there to address the issues?

9:30-11:30am  Large Group Discussion – reactions and thoughts to the small group ideas

11:30-12:30 Lunch  

12:30-1:30pm  Small Group Discussion and report out – What should the next steps be? How best to coordinate, fund, and cooperate on those steps            

1:30-2:30pm     Large Group Discussion – reactions and thoughts to the small group ideas

2:30-3:00pm     Conclusion

For information and updates on the Shoshone National Forest’s travel management process, visit http://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/shoshone/home/?cid=stelprd3846526, follow us on Twitter (@ShoshoneNF), or find us on Facebook (US Forest Service – Shoshone National Forest).

As the nation’s first national forest, the Shoshone National Forest has 2.4 million acres of diverse terrain and a mission to sustain the health, diversity, and productivity of the forest to meet the needs of present and future generations.

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