Monthly Archives: September 2013
Forest Access For All will be holding it’s monthly meeting on Oct. 7th @ 6:30 pm at the Sunridge Inn in Baker, Oregon. All are invited to join in and participate.
Good Morning Mr. Laurence, I wanted to reach out to you and see what, if any work had been completed on Sub-Part A of Travel Management for the WWNF. My understanding from our meeting on July 30th was that your staff was working on cleaning up the maps to reflect your current road statuses and … Continue reading
Imagine 20 years into the future, Travel Management was implemented. A group of people have planned out a trip to ride horses on a designated trail to their favorite location. Half way in one of the people in the group has been thrown off and has suffered severe head/neck injuries and is unconscious. Because, OHV … Continue reading
For your information, this WILL allow for easier closing of your roads and access to public lands. http://content.govdelivery.com/accounts/USDAOC/bulletins/8ac20f
Press Release September 6,2013 from the WWNF http://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/wallowa-whitman/news-events/?cid=STELPRDB5434790 Remember back in 2011-2012 and more specifically, the Final Decision for Travel Management? While the big piece of the TMP was road closures, another piece of TMP was firewood cutting limited to designated areas. The TMP plan was to designate units for the cutting of firewood. Citizen’s … Continue reading
Yesterday the Center for Biological Diversity released a press release announcing a settlement with the USFS. Press Release Settlement Document Below is the press release copied. This affects residents in Northern California but, if the environmental groups are successful there, they will spread to other national forests and do the same thing. Support the Sierra … Continue reading