travel management in ABQ

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Sep 28, 2004
back in the land of enchantment
If you aren't going to CM:
BTW, I heard there were 2 suggestions for OHV areas on the Forest, but I don't know the details. Apparently provided by two organized groups with detailed plans. We'll see if they go anywhere, but may make it worth attending the 3rd round of workshops in July/Aug.

For Immediate Release CONTACT: DOLORES MAESE
(505) 438-7877
April 30, 2007


(ALBUQUERQUE, NM)—The public is invited to participate in the last Phase 2 Travel Management Workshop on May 3rd in Albuquerque from 6 to 8 p.m. at the UNM Continuing Education Conference on 1634 University Blvd. NE.

During the workshop Forest Service staff will follow-up with interested citizens who submitted comments and who identified places of interest or concern on maps during previous meetings and workshops. All input received from the workshop will help to define future motorized vehicle use on the Santa Fe National Forest and will identify roads and trails where people can travel to recreate, camp, gather wood and hunt.

Since March 20th, Forest Service staff have visited 9 communities in or around the Forest to present analysis of comments received to date, including citizen proposals to designate or restrict access to specific Forest roads, trails and areas in the context of ecological, social, and economic sustainability.

For more information regarding the Travel Management, please visit Santa Fe National Forest website:
Dang. I forgot about that, after requesting Guaje Trail be opened up all the way to the reservoir inteh first round of meetings. If somebody goes, would you please see if that was done and if not, ask for it again?

New from Pirate4x4:

"Hey, stevehhll,

As you know, I rarely send emails to all of you. However this is of extreme importance!

U.S. Forest Service Land Use Restrictions Imminent

Did you know that our access to the entire United States Forest from coast to coast is in jeopardy?!?!?! We are at DEFCON FIVE with the environmentalists and the U.S. Forest Service!

Now is the time to act!!!

I am very proud of the readers of lately. Our Land Use forums have doubled in traffic over the past couple of months due to the outrageousness of what is going on out there. If you haven't been to our Land Use forums lately, I challenge you to take a look. I guarantee you will get pissed off! When I saw the Draft Plan the Forest Service put out for travel management on the Eldorado National Forest (where I happen to live, and where the world famous Rubicon Trail is) that was the last straw for me. I got pissed off and decided to do something about it.

And it isn't just the Eldorado National Forest. Travel management planning is going on in everyone's backyard whether it's Forest Service or BLM. Anti-access extremists are out in force pressing for closures everywhere. Tellico is threatened by an anti-access lawsuit. Moab access is threatened by overzealous BLM planning. Wilderness bills are rampant in Congress. Roadless area management is still being pushed in the courts. Even the little recreation that there is available in our Parks is still under attack. Check out the fight in Yellowstone.

It really is time to put up or shut up. I threw down the challenge last month to donate in the forums, and we were able to raise about $8,000 for BRC. While that is fantastic, I think we can do a lot better. Remember, without folks like the BLUERIBBON COALITION fighting for our rights to use public land, we might as well take up basket weaving. Join the Blue Ribbon Coalition and donate to the BRC Legal Fund. The beauty of BRC is they combine all the user groups into one big fist. I stuck $500 of my own money in the fight and you need to do what you can. If it's $20 or $5000, anything helps!!

While you are at it, get busy with your local club. Local involvement is where BRC does some of its best work. If you don't belong to a club, get off your butt and join one. You really CAN make a difference!

You can join BRC and donate to BRC Legal Fund online at a secure web location, set up just for Pirate4x4 at . It only took me just a couple of minutes. If you aren't comfortable with that, then call them at 1-800-BlueRib. If you can't afford to do both, at least join BRC now and donate when you can afford it.

The members of Pirate4x4 can and will make a difference!

Lance Clifford"

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