Property owners request land exchange with Forest Service

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Property owners request land exchange with Forest Service

Landowners want more acres for ranching, recreating
Boot Jack Ranch located just below the west side of Wolf Creek Pass and east of Pagosa Springs. Property owners northeast of Pagosa Springs, including Boot Jack Ranch, want more land to ranch and recreate and have requested a land exchange with the U.S. Forest Service.

Property owners request land exchange with Forest Service

Boot Jack Ranch located just below the west side of Wolf Creek Pass and east of Pagosa Springs. Property owners northeast of Pagosa Springs, including Boot Jack Ranch, want more land to ranch and recreate and have requested a land exchange with the U.S. Forest Service.
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Comments about a proposed land exchange between property owners northeast of Pagosa Springs and the U.S. Forest Service must be submitted in writing and postmarked by Dec. 13 to be considered. Comments received will be used to identify issues and develop alternatives. Comments about the Colorado Roadless Boundary Modification must be made in writing and postmarked by Feb. 11. Submit comments to: San Juan National Forest, Attn: Becca Smith, P.O. Box 310, Pagosa Springs CO 81147.

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