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[pct-l] FWD: Non-member submission from ["Reuben Rajala, PCTA Director of Trail Operations" <email@example.com>] (fwd)
- Subject: [pct-l] FWD: Non-member submission from ["Reuben Rajala, PCTA Director of Trail Operations" <firstname.lastname@example.org>] (fwd)
- From: PCT List Admin <email@example.com>
- Date: Tue, 5 Oct 1999 17:35:19 -0500 (CDT)
Date: Fri, 1 Oct 1999 10:38:15 -0800
To: PCT General List <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: "Reuben Rajala, PCTA Director of Trail Operations" <email@example.com>
Subject: Oregon BLM Planning: Ashland Resource Area and the PCT
For those familiar with the PCT in the Ashland Resource Area and interested
in offering observations, concerns and suggestions to the BLM and PCTA, the
BLM has just released a "public scoping" document for the "
Cascade/Siskiyou Ecological Emphasis Area Management Plan." One can get a
copy by calling 541-770-2384 or check it out on the website
The area involved in this planning effort extends from the Rogue River
National Forest on the Mt. Ashland Ridge, beyond Pilot Rock, Hobart Peak
and N. to an area E. of Buck Point and Emmigrant Lake. The PCT is located
on a mixture of BLM and private lands (via a 30' wide easement) in this
area. Improved water sources, better parking at roadcrossings, more
sensitive forest management by both the BLM and landowners and improved PCT
corridor protection, with willing landowners, are some issues that have
surfaced. If you have any observations or suggestions for this area, both
the BLM and PCTA staff and Board would like to hear of them.
Reuben Rajala, Director of Trail Operations Office (general)
Pacific Crest Trail Association Office (direct) 916-349-0941
5325 Elkhorn Blvd., PMB #256 Fax: 916-349-1268
Sacramento, CA 95842 Work Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Visit PCTA's website!: http://www.pcta.org Personal Email:
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