Disabled Explorers working on access for eveyone

Discussion in 'Land Use' started by 1leglance, Feb 14, 2009.

  1. 1leglance

    1leglance

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    I thought it would be a good idea to updated eveyone on what we are up to behind the scenes trying to keep trails open for the disabled & able bodied alike.
    Much of what we do is boring such as letter writing, phone calls and such but sometimes we get to have fun while working with the land managers.

    Here is a bit from our website about a recent open house event we attended at Apache Seagraves National Forest in Arizona.

    This event was a ways back but I never updated everyone on how well it went..
    So after some recent feedback that I was behind with the website and keeping folks posted on our efforts I am trying to do better.
    Here ya go...
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    Many folks might not realize that a good portion of what we do is behind the scenes presentations, letter writing, phone calls and more.
    We had a wonderful opportunity to spend time with the National Forest folks at Apache Seagraves outside Springerville, Arizona when they recently held an open house event. Lucky for us it was held on a Friday afternoon which meant we could turn the long drive from Phoenix into a weekend campout.
    To see more pics and read the rest of the story click here
     
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