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Discussion in 'Land Use' started by Gold Rush, Apr 7, 2000.

  1. Gold Rush

    Gold Rush 1/2 ton status

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    Just off the wire. Let's all move on this right away!!

    David 75K5

    ALERT ALERT ALERT ALERT ALERT
    >
    > I Just received a "confidential" fax via the Forest Service about a
    > conference that proposes to END off-road use as we know it. The
    >
    > WILDLANDS CENTER FOR PREVENTING ROADS, AMERICAN LANDS, FRIENDS OF THE EARTH,
    > THE WILDERNESS SOCIETY, BLUEWATER NETWORK, AND THE NATIONAL PARKS
    > CONSERVATION ASSOCIATION are presenting a program to invited Forest Service
    > and BLM upper level managers called:
    >
    > PROTECTING AMERICA'S ACCESS: THE GROWING THREAT OF OFF-ROAD VEHICLES TO
    > PUBLIC LANDS AND WATERS.
    >
    > This National Conference is scheduled for April 7 through April 11 in
    > Washington DC.
    >
    > They quote the White House Council on Environmental Quality as stating"ORVs
    > have damaged every kind of ecosystem found in the United States ." and use
    > that quote as proof of the need to eliminate OHV use.
    >
    > Speakers include:
    >
    > Gawain Kripke from Friends of the Earth
    > Bethanie Walder, Wildlands CPR
    > Jacob Smith, Wildlands CPr
    > Robert Wlygul, Earthjustice
    >
    > And others whose names you already abhor.
    >
    > Workshops include "How to run a successful industry campaign,""Litigation,"
    > and many other topics designed to stop access to public lands. There is a
    > scheduled "agency working group" session where the wackos will have full
    > access to the Forest Service, BLM, Park Service, and Fish & Wildlife
    > Service so that they can make their case. There are other sessions, all
    > designed to help the greenies have more influence over the land managers and
    > members of YOUR congress. Your tax-payer government employees who are
    > scheduled to participate
    > are:
    >
    > Chris Wood, Senior Policy Advisor USDA Forest Service and Tom Fry, Acting
    > Director, BLM.
    >
    > Fry is scheduled to be a keynote speaker at one of the luncheons.
    >
    > This invitation is of course open to all government employees. And YOU will
    > pay for their salaries, registration and per diem while they attend.
    >
    > If you would like to see a full agenda, visit
    > http://www.wilderness.org/standbylands/orv/conference040700.htm
    >
    > I just know you will love what you see. And you can register on-line. Maybe
    > with a phony name???
    >
    > Let's consider some type of calling blitz to our congressmen, our public
    > lands offices in DC, and anyone else who might care. This is
    > outrageous!
    >
    > **********************************************
    > Mel Wolf, President
    > Colorado Snowmobile Association, Inc.
    > P.O. Box 886
    > Loveland, CO 80539
    > 970-667-3191 FAX 970-663-6598
    > e-mail: melwolf@verinet.com


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  2. flblazer

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    we will just have to keep wheelin the hell with the laws

    crazy k5
     
  3. blazen91

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    That is not an option

    <font color=red>Land use issues are the heart of our sport.
    Get involved or lose the sport.</font color=red>
     
  4. BlazerGuy

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    Anybody know what happened at the conference?

    Murphy's Laws on Life:
    "A bird in the hand is worth three Kleenex."
     

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