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    https://www.bloomberg.com/news/featu...nger-your-land

    Great article in Bloomberg this morning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerky View Post
    https://www.bloomberg.com/news/featu...nger-your-land

    Great article in Bloomberg this morning.
    I feel that is debatable.

    They missed the key threat against our prescriptive easement process and roads/trails being removed from future maps/publications nationwide. Instead, they went off against "elitist big game trophy hunting" with Trump Jr., Daines, Gianforte and the Dallas Safari Club.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerky View Post
    https://www.bloomberg.com/news/featu...nger-your-land

    Great article in Bloomberg this morning.
    Cool. I knew it as coming out Monday but couldn't find it online.

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    Just a reminder, the Friends of the Crazy Mountains will be having their fundraiser and raffle tomorrow evening.
    Katabatic Brewing Company in Livingston from 4-8 pm
    117 W. Park St., Livingston

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    That Bloomberg article makes my blood boil. Where's my pitchfork there's a barn burning to be done (metaphorically of course).
    Elitist Hunter

    "Never let schooling [work] get in the way of your education" - Mark Twain

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    I prefer to fight them with documentation. Spent another afternoon at county records, this time looking up railroad grants. They have this beautiful sentence in there about public access roads/trails being retained when they sold those grant parcels to individuals or companies.

    Afterward, I was at the FOCM fundraiser. We were joined by 4 of PLWA's directors: Bernard Lea, John Gibson, Ray Pearson and JW Westman, two of which took the mic and shared about public access.

    It was great to meet some locals who live out there and have used these trails that have been sticking up the no forest service access signs recently.

    Met a member of the public that was up at the same trail Brad and I had been with the locked gate. A new No Trespassing sign is up, she got pictures and thankfully used the trail despite the sign, has been for years. So they are going to write out an affidavit for the records, send pictures, as well as write our congressmen. Nice to meet people willing to get engaged.

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