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Wilderness Society going after Montana~!

eagle mark

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Dear Mark,
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Don’t let a Time Bomb go off where ‘A River Runs Through It’

http://tws.convio.net/site/R?i=gqcIw1RpK5F9zmEnItBKIw

Montana’s Big Blackfoot River runs fast and cold through canyons and over cobbles made famous by the movie and book 'A River Runs Through It.’ But high in the forests above, expanding motorized vehicle use and a spaghetti network of old logging roads threaten the river’s wild headwaters.
The situation has gradually eroded over the years, and it’s a ticking time bomb waiting to detonate on wildlife, trout fishing, and wilderness. It’s time to defuse things before they get more out of hand. Protect the Headwaters of the Big Blackfoot River.
Wildlife habitat in the headwaters of the Big Blackfoot River has been degraded by unauthorized motorized use routes. Some that are even running up and down the nation’s Continental Divide Trail — a trail congressionally designated for quiet recreation. Meanwhile, hundreds of miles of old logging roads are bleeding sediment into the tributaries of the Big Blackfoot River — polluting a world-class fishery.
Help protect the Blackfoot — tell the Forest Service to turn this situation around.
Sincerely,
The Wilderness Society
 

eagle mark

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Part of my duties when Idaho Director for PNW4WDA was to watch eviro wackos! They are extremists and will do or say anything to get there way. Nothing has to be factual or even close to truth! Just say what they want to here to get done what they want.

Kinda like our president... :whistle:

We had to split duties in our local off road clubs, one would fight the lies of the enviro wackos so they could not proceed. The other would work on trails so we could keep what we had and progress.

We also banned together with motorcycle clubs, quad clubs and eventually the snowmobilers. We had our own issues that we dealt with, while increasing our numbers to keep our access!
 
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