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Subscribe here . . . https://www.sharetrails.org/secure/lists/?p=subscribe&id=2BONUS: Scary Headline of the Week Nevada Federal Judge Blocks BLM Death Stampede Nevada Federal Judge Blocks BLM Death Stampede | CRWE NewsWire thank goodness...--------------------------------------------------------------------------------AGOI Update...Ric added a handy calendar to our AGOI website to keep track of the listening sessions for the America's Great Outdoors Initiative. Check it out. America's Great Outdoors Initiative - BRC Land Use Update Click the first link under “Hot Links”.Don't rely on it for information on all the meetings. Ric simply posts the meetings we know about. If you want to know about all the meetings, you might consider subscribing to the Sierra Club's action alert list!!!I wanted to call everyone's attention to a great article by Chris Denison on his blog on Dirt Rider's excellent website. Don't miss...Speak now or forever park your bike by Chris Denison http://blogs.dirtrider.com/6695808/editorial/america-s-great-outdoors-initiative/index.htmlThe media came out in support for the meetings in Colorado. Listen to this Listen to this | GJSentinel.com Lieutenant Governor got in the act...Getting Colorado's children outdoors is healthy for kids and environment By Lt. Gov. Barbara O'Brien Getting Colorado's children outdoors is healthy for kids and environment - The Denver Post, from the Coloradoan.com, a story and an opinion piece...Make public lands accessible, youths tell Salazar http://tinyurl.com/2dmbubpGreat outdoors initiative is a worthy effort Great outdoors initiative is a worthy effort | coloradoan.com | The Coloradoan a story on the meeting in Grand Junction...Obama administration officials meet with outdoors enthusiasts in Grand Junction http://tinyurl.com/22k2lobAs reports come in on the AGO Initiative meetings across the U.S., it seems there is a very big difference in the meetings. Meetings in the East have been facilitated and participants were broken up in workgroups and given specific issues to address. Whereas meetings in the West seemed more of a free for all, where people just gave opinions on conservation. Here is a story about the meeting in North Carolina...Conversation on conservation http://tinyurl.com/2d7r92mAnd then there is another type of AGO Initiative meeting. Those are being held by hundreds of environmental groups all over the country. See, on the AGO Initiative website, there is a webpage titled Organizer's Toolkit that tells you how to hold your own meeting. Environmental groups all over the nation are having their own AGO Initiative meetings. Great...Other stakeholders concerned... Monument bill prepped for election http://www.capitalpress.com/california/TH-monuments-071610-infoboxIn related news, Rep. Nick Rahall (WV) is trying to boost $900 million for the Land and Water Conservation Fund. He's put the funding provision in a bill that, among other things, imposes new environmental safeguards on offshore drilling. Oh yea, it puts more taxes on oil consumers. Conserving a Conservation Fund http://www.nytimes.com/2010/07/20/o...---------------------------------IDAHO:CIEDRA UpdateIdaho politics: Simpson addresses off-roaders' wilderness criticisms http://tinyurl.com/2736njm---------...----------------------------------------NORTH CAROLINA: Commissioners set public hearing on ATV ordinance http://tinyurl.com/28sv7zk---------...------------------------------------------NEW MEXICO:Las Cruces Wilderness Bill Gets Committee Hearing Wednesday http://tinyurl.com/28532q4Chamber groups differ on land use Chamber groups differ on land use - Las Cruces Sun-News G. Schickedanz: Manage wilderness, not lock it up Jerry G. Schickedanz: Manage wilderness, not lock it up - Silver City Sun-News of pro-wilderness media blitz remains anonymous http://www.nmpolitics.net/index/201...------------------------------COLORADO:Hidden Gems update...Snowmobilers, Gems backers clash over Piney Ridge TinyURL.com - shorten that long URL into a tiny URL travel plan detours motorized use TinyURL.com - shorten that long URL into a tiny URL is a follow up from a story last week... Whitefish Trail's opening the end of a long journey in land management http://missoulian.com/news/state-and-regional/article_0399d864-9082-11df-ae35-001cc4c03286.htmlWe do have some bad news from Montana. Montana Wilderness Association is appealing our win on the Lewis and Clark National Forest. This is a real threat, but one that BRC and the Montana Trail Vehicle Riders Association were expecting. It's not known at this time if the US Forest Service will appeal. Stay tuned...Judge’s decision on travel plan appealed TinyURL.com - shorten that long URL into a tiny URL a National Public Radio affiliate KCPW... New Utah BLM Director Aims to Balance Energy, Environment TinyURL.com - shorten that long URL into a tiny URL from the SL Tribune...BLM’s new boss in Utah http://www.sltrib.com/sltrib/home/4...-------------------------------CALIFORNIA:Six positions open for BLM's Central California RAC Six positions open for BLM's Central California RAC | open, six, positions - Local News - Recorderonline.com bill heads to president’s desk Page Not Found forest recreation events blamed on permit costs http://www.sacbee.com/2010/07/18/2897662/canceled-forest-recreation-events.htmlThreatened fish may benefit from upgrades to San Gabriel Canyon OHV Area Threatened fish may benefit from upgrades to San Gabriel Canyon OHV Area - Whittier Daily News is a related oped from the Pasadena Star News...Our View: Shared passion for the great outdoors Our View: Shared passion for the great outdoors - Pasadena Star-News Trail targeted for cleanup of waste from off-road users Rubicon Trail targeted for cleanup of waste from off-road users - Outbound - sacbee.com
 
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