Getting The Facts Straight

Posted on November 28, 2006

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“To keep our hunting legacy alive we need a place to hunt, well-managed wildlife resources, the tools with which to hunt and people to participate,” writes Chris Cox. “S. 1971 will permanently close U.S. Forest Service Road 184. FSR 184 is vital for access to thousands of acres of public hunting lands.”

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