US Fish & Wildlife Service seeks input to make public lands more accessible.

Access to public lands is a cornerstone of America’s outdoor heritage- but in many places those properties are surrounded by private ownership, complicating access. The US Fish and Wildlife Service, as part of the John D. Dingell Jr. Conservation, Management and Recreation Act, is assembling a list of parcels, greater than 640 acres, needing adequate access. Nominations will be accepted through August.

To learn more, or submit a suggestion, check out the US Fish and Wildlife Service press release.

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