The public scoping period for the Moose-Wilson Corridor began Friday and continues through February 6th. The National Park Service is developing a comprehensive management plan and environmental impact statement for the corridor on the south end of Grand Teton National Park. Park Spokesperson Jenny Anzelmo-Sarles says the purpose of the Plan/EIS is to determine how best to provide appropriate opportunities for visitors to use, experience, and enjoy the Moose Wilson area while still protecting park resources and values. Anzelmo-Sarles during the scoping period, the Park is seeking input from the public on significant issues, alternatives, concerns, opportunities, or topics that should be addressed during the planning. Ultimately, the Plan/EIS will consider a range of alternatives for the corridor’s future management and will analyze potential environmental impacts associated with each alternative. Additional opportunities for public involvement will also be provided at other stages of the planning process including an open house in Jackson next month. Copies of the plan are available for review at park planning.nps.gov/Moose-Wilson.