Use Caution on Public Lands
Written by andrew-rossi on April 2, 2019
The Bureau of Land Management advises travelers on roads crossing public land to use caution as spring snowmelt and precipitation have resulted in muddy conditions throughout the area.
In the spirit of shared conservation stewardship, BLM Worland Field Manager Mike Phillips asks the public to steer clear of muddy roads to avoid damaging the roads and resources. Additionally, Phillips points out that waiting for roads to dry up is also the best way to avoid becoming stranded.
He also cautions drivers before heading out for a drive, to let someone know where you’re going in case you do become stranded.