Take Action Now
Nov 24 at 6:35am - khsdba
Take Action Now
As you all know,
Oregon Wild is again attempting to gain support for their "Crater Lake
Wilderness Proposal” and they were hoping we wouldn’t notice. You may recall
that Oregon Wild proposed this in September 2009 and we stopped them. At that
time we knew we won the battle but not the war. We knew they would be back.
they submitted a petition with over 30,000 signatures to our US Senators. At
that time I asked all of you to call and email your Senators to express your
opinion on the matter. If you want to read Oregon Wild’s proposal and their map
so you can see what they are trying to take away from you, you can do so by
visiting this link: http://www.oregonwild.org/wilderness/crater-lake-wilderness-proposalAs you will see on their page that they use many, many half-truths and lies
to push their agenda.
Snowmobilers are gearing up for another fight with Oregon Wild. In the meantime
we have others who have already started the fight and we need to help them NOW!
I am asking you
to do the three things below NOW!
1) PLEASE READ
AND SIGN THE ATTACHED RESOLUTION:
Attached is a
PDF copy of the resolution and it can be signed by individuals as well as
groups. It is being circulated to Chambers of Commerce and County Commissioners
in all of the impacted counties including Douglas, Jackson, Josephine, Klamath
Fill in the name
of the individual or group at the bottom and email them to email@example.com and to firstname.lastname@example.org for distribution to the correct
FORESTS HEALTHY COMMUNITIES ACTION ALERT
Next go to http://www.healthyforests.org/action_center?vvsrc=%2fcampaigns%2f43318%2frespondand use their email system to send a message to our US Senators, US
Representatives and the USFS. Just fill in your email and zip code and the
pre-composed message will be sent. You also have the option of customizing your
message if you so choose.
While you are on
their site you may want to join for free to get other action alerts. I have
been getting them for years and it is a good source of information.
Share this with
other outdoor clubs, organization, friends and co-workers who share our
perspective that we should be able to recreate in our public lands. We also
support those jobs that deal with recreation as well as sustainable forestry
that supplies jobs for our economy and help deal with fire risks and bug and
disease infestations that kill our forests.
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