Curtis Canyon

David Wilkinson, a Bridger-Teton National Forest recreation technician and travel planner, installs a sign at the Curtis Canyon overlook this past summer.

, part of an effort to keep off-highway vehicles from marring the landscape. Officials are taking public comment on plans to improve the Curtis Canyon Campground.

Ecowatch is a feature highlighting opportunities to weigh in on projects on public lands, and to provide brief updates on other environmental issues. This week’s briefs were compiled by reporter Billy Arnold. Did we miss something? Email

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