The Community Involvement Plan (CIP) is a living document that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) uses to guide community involvement and outreach in each community. The CIP is also a tool for the public to use to make sure EPA is responsive to their needs and concerns.
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Community Involvement Plan: Western Abandoned Uranium Mine Region (PDF)(28 pp, 4 MB,
This Community Involvement Plan outlines opportunities for individual participation and meaningful information sharing regarding EPA’s activities in the Western Abandoned Uranium Mine Region.