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Gravel Crusher and Till Pills

Allies Of The Upper San Juan

Public Comment Period

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Opposes Jackson Mountain Mine & Gravel Pit
Archuleta County and US National Forest Joint Venture

What's Going On?

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You may not be aware, but for nearly all of 2022, the San Juan National Forest and Archuleta County have partnered to develop a Gravel Mine and Rock Crusher operation on Jackson Mountain right in the middle of an extensive, planned, dedicated, Mountain Bike Trail System!  Mountain biker and forest visitor safety is of great concern! 

Latest NEWS / Updates

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This portion of the site will be populated with detailed information on the impact the  project is expected to have on the residents and visitor users of this forest recreation area and the pedestrian and vehicle safety in the surrounding area.  We will include all published news articles, press releases and other responses by the US Forest service, State of Colorado and Archuleta County. This is where meeting notices will be posted. If you would like to contribute or volunteer for this cause, please contact us.

Get Informed

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Be sure to visit this site often.  We expect a public notice from the U.S. Forest Service / USDA of community “comment period,” allowing your ONE opportunity to voice opposition to the project – Be ready!  Please contact every official (See “contacts”  in the “how can I help” section of this website and voice your concerns.  Be sure to use your voice - Tell your family, neighbors, friends, and co-workers! This project may have a direct impact on you.

Public Comment Period

Call Joshua Peck's, USFS cellphone 928-707-9992 and let him know your thoughts on the mine and gravel pit at Jackson Mountain


The Forest Service is providing a 45-day scoping period "public comment"  that will begin on January 10, 2023 and end on February 23, 2023. Scoping comments must be submitted by no later than February 23, 2023. Comments received during scoping will be used to help identify issues and develop alternatives. Electronic input is preferred and can be submitted via an online comment form at the link below.


Once you've completed the form call Josh Peck Directly!!!! 928-707-9992 


Hardcopy input can be mailed via USPS or sent via courier (UPS/FedEx) to:
Pagosa Ranger District San Juan National Forest
Attn: Jackson Mountain project
P.O. Box 310
Pagosa Springs, CO 81147

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Latest News & Updates

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What can I do? 

How can I get involved?

  • Call and Email your County representatives and US Forest Service contacts see below

  • Contact us HERE to volunteer time or resources

Contact your
Representative and US Forest Service

Call and Email your County representatives and US Forest service contacts below

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