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Forum on the Blue Mountains Forest Plan Revision – Important that folks attend

Posted by on April 5, 2016

We apologize for the short notice, but were just informed by one of our members of the following forum.

To all ourĀ friends in Eastern Oregon – especially in and around Pendleton. Tomorrow evening, April 6th Oregon Public Broadcasting will be taping a “forum” on the Blue Mountains Forest Plan Revision. The invited forum participates are not friendly to any of us retaining our open access to public lands.

It is important that a large, pro-motorized access “open access” showing attend this forum and speak out about the desires of the general public to keep our motorized access open.

PLEASE go, it’s an hour of your life, and will show that we are serious about keeping what little bit of access we have for current and future generations needs.

Forum details –

OPB- Think Out Loud
This show will be recorded
Wednesday, April 6th from 7-8pm; Please arrive by 6:30pm
Blue Mountain Community College (ST-200 lecture hall)
2411 NW Carden Ave
Pendleton, OR 97801

Featuring
Steve Beverlin: Malheur National Forest Supervisor

Eric Quaempts: Department of Natural Resources Director for the
Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Reservation

James Nash: Fly fishing outfitter and rancher

Darilyn Parry Brown: Executive Director of Hells Canyon Preservation Council

King Williams: Owner of the natural resources consulting company King, Inc