Trail Re-Opening Proposal - Help Needed!!

Discussion in 'Fight For Your Rights' started by BadassBlaze, Jan 2, 2016.

  1. BadassBlaze

    BadassBlaze New Member

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    Hey all,

    I wanted to drop a post in this forum as it pertains to the Taylor Park area. The Forest Service is considering a proposal to re-open several trails in the Pitkin area that were closed in past years. This would be great as it would take some of the traffic off of popular trails in the area, and give people something new to ride! This is going to be a tough battle, but one we should be able to win!

    We really need your support (positive, supportive comments). Please take 5 minutes out of your day and read about the project, then make a comment supporting the re-opening of these trails! If you have ever ridden these trails prior to closure, have memories of them, or like how they complete a loop or give you another option to travel on, include that in your comments.

    Project page: Forest Service

    Project info: http://a123.g.akamai.net/7/123/1155....com/11558/www/nepa/101862_FSPLT3_2569059.pdf

    Comment link:https://cara.ecosystem-management.org/Public//CommentInput?Project=47149


    Please take 5 minutes, read, and provide some positive comments supporting re-opening of our public trails!

    Thanks!

    Cory Nasso
    Silver Plume General Store (in Pitkin, Colorado)
     
  2. Todd Ockert

    Todd Ockert Member

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    I will send this info to the BRC office and have them look into this, and see how they can help.
     
  3. BadassBlaze

    BadassBlaze New Member

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    Thank you Todd. I wasn't sure what other options there were for me to circulate this. Can you provide me some contact info that I can send any additional information to BRC?

    Thanks

    Cory Nasso
     
  4. Todd Ockert

    Todd Ockert Member

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    Cory

    You can use the email address: share@sharetrails.org.
    Ric in our office monitors this and can ask you specifics about this.
    He is our expert, and if he does not know, he will reach out to Don Amador, who is our Western Representative.
     

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