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eternal noobie
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For those who may not be aware, your donation to the Blue Ribbon Coalition is tax deductible. While I'm aware times are tight for many of us, even the price of a tank of gas can help to keep our public lands accessible.

https://www.sharetrails.org/secure/join_or_contribute/?c=1

Thus far, my two businesses have donated $4000 to Blue Ribbon in 2010. I hope other businesses and individuals are able to support this great Land Use organization as well!
 

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Public Lands Advocate
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Wow, awesome! Thank you for being so generous in making monetary contributions to help preserve access for all motorized recreationists!!

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NEED A SIGN?
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Joining an organization to help keep our riding areas open and be able to write it off.....Priceless.
 

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Family, it's about time
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Bump for the Blue ribbon coalition. Please join and help out. These guys are on the front lines fighting for your access to lands. They have email updates that you can sign up for without joining as well to help keep informed.
 

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Public Lands Advocate
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Dear XXXXXX,

Ever get so busy that when you finally take a moment to look up from your work, you realize that time has gotten away from you? That's the way it has been so far this year at the BlueRibbon Coalition--much to do and almost not enough time to do it...

In addition to BRC's ongoing efforts to facilitate and assist local grassroots involvement in state and local issues, there are three major national issues that we are focused on. Effective representation and partnering from the local and national level is critical. I encourage you to engage with us:

1. Salazar's "Big Wilderness" effort to take the "public" out of "public lands":

This is as blatant an anti-access campaign as I have ever seen played in politics.

Background information:

BRC Land Use Update

Latest News from our Public Lands department:

BRC Recreation News - BRC Land Use Update

2. Forest Service's new Forest Planning Rule--decades of far reaching effects:

The newly proposed Forest Planning Rule Draft and Draft Environmental Impact Statement are out for review and comment. This rule-making process follows decades of controversy and litigation over similar efforts in 2000, 2005, and 2008.

And, this new "Rule" will affect recreation management for decades to come.

Please check back often on this issue at this link on our website:

New Forest Planning Rule - BRC Land Use Update

3. Reauthorizing the Recreational Trails Program--not a done deal yet:

Your club can be a big help and it's easy. Short read on how here:

Recreational Trails Program (RTP) - BlueRibbon Coalition


Mumm's the Word is back for 2011 and has hit the ground running. If you haven't already donated, and even if you have, we need your financial support. We've made it very easy. Please donate. Good for us and good for you.

More here: http://www.sharetrails.org/mummstheword


Make it a great day!

Greg Mumm
Executive Director
BlueRibbon Coalition
 
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