Build a coalition; save a trail

Discussion in 'Land Use' started by jeepndel, Feb 12, 2009.

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    jeepndel

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    span xmlns=""pFriends groups or coalitions are a significantly solid way to save your trail or riding area – especially where you need mixed uses working together. For example, if your riding area is used by dirt bikes, atv's and 4x4's, a Friends group (or coalition) is the way to go. This will save your trail in the long run. Folks have got to work together and find ways to cooperate in order to keep the anti-access crowd from shutting you down. I started Friends of the Rubicon 8 years ago and we've been saving the Rubicon ever since. We had to ban together for several reasons, but most importantly we also had to set aside club and organizational issues so we were all on the same team.br //ppWhen you work under a Friends group banner, it's easy to set aside turf battles or disagreements, and get the job done together.br //ppThere are literally dozens of new Friends groups formed up all over the country recently. They are saving trails and winning land use battles. Some examples include Friends of Eldorado, Friends of Fordyce, Friends of Greenhorn, Friends of High Lakes, and many more. It WORKS! You become a much more powerful group when you include other groups, clubs and recreationists. Give it a shot. I'll be happy to help you get started.br //ppRead more about the process on my web site right here: a href="http://www.delalbright.com/Articles/coalitions.htm"http://www.delalbright.com/Articles/coalitions.htm/abr //ppbr / /ppDelbr //pp /p/span


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