• Stars appear behind a dramatic landscape of rocky mountains, rolling hills, and fields of grass

    Santa Monica Mountains

    National Recreation Area California

Public Involvement

The NPS has completed the public scoping meetings for the joint Invasive Plant Management Plan/Environmental Assessment (IPMP/EA) for Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area and Redwood National Park. There is still time to provide comments! Interested individuals, organizations, and agencies are encouraged to provide comments regarding the scope of issues to be addressed in the IPMP/EA. Please review the information contained in the newsletter that is available on the NPS park planning website (provided below). Additionally, you are invited to comment on the Preliminary Alternatives that have been identified, and provide suggestions for how the NPS should manage invasive plants at the parks.

Public Comment Period is open until October 1, 2013. Use the link below to access the Planning, Environment & Public Comment site where you can submit your comments.

Documents Open for Public Review

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    Other Plans and Projects

    An archive of completed projects as well as projects without documents open for comment may be found on the PEPC website.

    Did You Know?

    Watch the credits a the end of a film and you may discover how often national parks are used by the movie industry.

    Unique vistas and cultural significance often draw filmmakers to National Parks. Paramount Ranch is the only place in the National Park System where you can see movie making in action at a historic movie ranch once owned by Paramount Pictures (1927).