Santa Fe National Forest posts Lower Cebolla Habitat Improvement Plan

Text of the cover letter:

Dear Friends and Neighbors:

The Jemez Ranger District of the Santa Fe National Forest is proposing a project along the upper Rio Cebolla where it crosses Forest Road 376. The purpose of the project is to improve habitat for the New Mexico meadow jumping mouse. The enclosed attachment describes the project’s details. The responsible official for the project is the Jemez District Ranger, but Allan Setzer, Cuba District Ranger will take the lead on the project.

We request your comments on this project. To be most helpful, please send your comments by August 10, 2014. Please send electronic comments to with “Rio Cebolla Habitat Protection Project” in the subject line. Acceptable electronic formats are .pdf, .txt, .doc, .rtf, or other formats readable with Microsoft Word. Mail your comments to: Allan Setzer, Cuba Ranger District, 04B County Road 11, Cuba, NM 87013). Comments may be hand-delivered to this address from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday excluding Federal holidays. To submit oral comments, please call Allan Setzer at (575) 289-3264 to arrange an appointment. Project documents are available for review at the Jemez Ranger District, or on the forest’s website at:

For technical questions on the Lower Rio Cebolla Occupied Habitat Improvement Project, please contact Jim Eaton at (575) 289-3264. For questions related to the NEPA procedures, please call Alberta D. Maez, District NEPA Coordinator, at (505) 425-3534. I look forward to your comments on this project.

District Ranger

Map of affected area


For more information, see the Forest Service announcement:

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