Keep our Riding areas open!

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  • jimsne

Posted March 29, 2001 - 11:23 AM


The Bush administration is being pressured by green groups to support
Clinton's roadless program. Unless the 58 million acre roadless
initiative is suspended and modified, we are in danger of losing many of
our existing legal recreation roads and trails that have not gone
through any formal designation process.

President Bush needs to hear from millions of Americans who feel their
access rights to public lands have been or will be seriously impacted by
the Forest Service's Roadless Rule. Send a short personal note (email
and FAX) to President George Bush and Secretary of Agriculture Ann
Veneman asking them to suspend implementation of the roadless rule so
that it may be modified by planning efforts that will provide sufficient
information about the affected areas to allow all interests to provide
reasoned input based on actual facts.

E-mail AND Fax President George W. Bush
FAX: (202) 456-2461

E-mail AND Fax Secretary Ann Veneman
FAX: (202) 720-2166

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