Federal recreation access fees have become a shakedown of the public.

Ted Williams wrote this. It’s in Read It Here Magazine.

The fees are on other folk’s minds too. The Forest for the Fees. By Brian Park and Joshua Zaffos. Rocky Mountain Chronicle. 

2 Responses to “Federal recreation access fees have become a shakedown of the public.”

  1. ClapSo Says:

    The answer to this problem is to ban motor vehicles on public lands and waters. There is little enough wild country left. We should preserve it.

    The funding problem can be solved by reforming the Mining law of 1872. It has been a rip off for industry for far too long. Increase the fees on mining companies to pay for the preservation effort!

    The scientifically impossible I do right away
    The spiritually miraculous takes a bit longer

  2. jeremiasx Says:

    I wrote a series on the Rainbow Family’s annual gathering, sans permit, in the US Forest last month. They’ve been fighting this fight on a massive scale for YEARS now. Just check it out.

    http://wordpress.com/tag/rainbow-family/


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