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Sunday, July 21, 2013

Input sought on Sustainable Roads on the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest

MBSNF is conducting a study of their road system with a view to declining budgets which will only allow them to keep open about 25% or 623 miles of the current 2500 miles. MBSNF is making an effort to involve the public users of the roads in identifying those roads that the public believes are important to be kept open for recreation.

NCCC friends - please attend one of the meetings below and express a strong preference for environmentally responsible road closures and decommissioning. There are another five public meetings, Tuesday in Issaquah is next. If you can't attend a meeting go to the website linked below and give your input!



 
PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT SCHEDULE

Tell us what roads are important to you and why at one of the upcoming meetings. Please RSVP to    sustainableroads@gmail.com, space is limited. 
Give your input online at www.mbssustainableroads.com.

 

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