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Air Resources Management Program Spotlight

We are pleased to that announce the Air Quality Portal for Land Management Planning is now live. This web portal is an easy-to-use resource to guide national forests through assessing and treating air quality during land management planning.  The Portal hosts decision trees to guide the air quality assessment process, spatial data for download or web viewing, sample specialist reports, briefing papers/communications tools, and training tools.  The public is welcome to review our methodologies, and apply them to their own air quality assessments when appropriate. Within the Forest Service, the Forest Service Air Resource Management  (ARM) program recommends that national forests contact their  Regional Air Program Manager to locate the appropriate air quality specialist to conduct this assessment for forest plan revision. Click here to be redirected to the Air Quality Planning Portal.

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