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- BLM notified UNLV on Nov 7, 2012 that they had cancelled the WBR solicitation for a general contractor and that they were reconsidering the scope of the project. BLM and UNLV met on Nov. 22, 2012 and BLM updated UNLV on their decision to terminate the task agreement for the field and research station, and to modify plans for interpretation at the future WBR Visitor Center. BLM and UNLV will meet Feb. 7, 2013 to discuss the path forward regarding interpretation and the Visitor’s Center.
- UNLV is continuing to work with direction from Carolyn Shelton, BLM interpreter, to collect interpretive content for WBR and has completed a draft interpretation plan that has been submitted to Carolyn for review.
- UNLV’s Office of Sponsored Programs is working with BLM Project Manager Glen Marsh by providing him with detailed information on all expenditures on the two current BLM-UNLV Financial Assistance Agreements (#FAA080094 and #FAA080093).
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Rees, M. N.
Walking Box Ranch Planning and Design Quarterly Progress Report: Period ending January 10, 2013.
Available at: https://digitalscholarship.unlv.edu/pli_walking_box_ranch/34