-Question with reasonable basis, the accuracy of information in the EIS.
-Present new information relevant to the analysis.
-Present reasonable alternatives other than those analyzed in the EIS.
-Cause revisions in one or more of the alternatives.
-Comment in favor of or against the proposed actions or alternatives without including reasoning that meets the criteria listed above.
-Only agree or disagree with BLM policy or resource decisions without including justification or supporting data.
-Comment on issues that are not pertinent to the project or project area.
-Be vague or ask open-ended questions.
Comment on the Draft RMP/EIS for the Rock Springs and Rawlins Field Offices. Affected HMAs include Salt Wells, Adobe Town, White Mountain and Divide Basin.
The RMP/EIS process is as follows:
Talking points: things to consider when you are reading the proposal and commenting.