Latest state Roadless Rule still weak in protecting forest
By David Petersen
April 13, 2010
As a Colorado sportsman and former member of the Colorado Roadless Task Force, I can say with sadness but confidence that the proposed Colorado Roadless Rule, as recently submitted to Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack and praised by that office, continues to fall markedly short of adequately conserving our state’s more than 4 million acres of non-wilderness yet unspoiled backcountry. Read more…
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