The one thing that all camps agree on is the fact that public comment is important to this draft.
"We encourage everybody who's got a small business or everybody who wants to see a robust economy to take a look at the document and get your comments in by the deadline," said Ludlam.
"This document is incredibly important in terms of what is this environment going to look like for the next twenty, twenty-five years," said Schenk.
"We encourage people to comment and they're looking for specific comments, you know, not 'I like this'. They want to know why you like it, how it impacts you, how it impacts the community," Fife said.
There are two final meetings for those. The first will be held at the Gateway Community Center on Tuesday, February 5th from 4:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
The second will be at the Fruita Civic Center on Thursday, February 7th from 4:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
All public comment must be in by April 25th. BLM officials say that a proposed alternative draft will likely come out next winter. After that, those who have submitted comments will be allowed to protest anything in the draft before the final decision with is expected for Fall 2014.