BLM has released the final planning regulations, along with several supporting documents, including a response to public comments; an economic analysis; and NEPA documentation. These revisions will make land use planning more accessible to the public, more responsive to the changing conditions on the public lands, and more efficient. 

To access the final rule and supporting documents, please visit

For additional reading on this topic, see: BLM planning 2.0 proposed rule causes concerns


Source: BLM's planning 2.0 initiative final rule release

John Stewart
Resources Consultant, California Four Wheel Drive Association
Board of Directors, BlueRibbon Coalition