The Latest On: Roadless Rule
There is no dispute that the Thompson Divide—a 220,000-acre forested wildland in western Colorado—is a special place. It comprises some of the most valuable and diverse mid-elevation forested landscapes in Colorado and includes the headwaters of streams that sustain the Crystal, Roaring Fork and North Fork valleys.
The Forest Service finally admitted it.
It took the agency two environmental assessment drafts and a draft and final environmental impact statement, but they admitted it.