2216Hardrockers input on a BLM issue
- Jun 8, 2010Hi Hardrockers,
Hardrock would like to ask your help in letting the Bureau of Land
Management know how much you enjoy utilizing the lands that Hardrock course
The BLM has released a Draft Recreation Management Plan and related
Environmental Assessment for public comment for a portion of our course. WE DO
NOT PERCEIVE ANY THREAT TO HARDROCK BECAUSE OF THIS PLAN but we do feel that
it is important that the BLM know how much we enjoy the area and how much we
value the continued use of the area for Hardrock.
So what can you do?
1. you can check out the draft plan at
2. THIS IS MOST IMPORTANT THING: Send an e-mail comment to Jed Botsford at
jed_botsford@... letting him know that you support the BLM in their
continuing efforts to manage recreational use in the Alpine Triangle
Management area AND continuing to allow the Hardrock Hundred to operate as
part of that recreational use.
HARDROCK IS VERY PROUD OF OUR RELATIONSHIP WITH THE BLM AND WE WANT TO
WORK WITH THEM TO ENSURE THAT OUR EVENT IS SEEN AS BOTH INTEGRAL TO THE AREA
AS WELL AS A RESPONSIBLY MANAGED EVENT. PLEASE DROP JED A LINE LETTING HIM
KNOW THAT YOU SUPPORT HARDROCK AND OUR EFFORTS TO PUT ON AN ENVIRONMENTALLY
RESPONSIBLE AND WELL MANAGED EVENT. YOUR COMMENTS WILL HELP ENSURE THAT OUR
VOICE IS HEARD WHEN THE NEW MANAGEMENT PLAN IS PUT TOGETHER AND THAT HARDROCK
WILL CONTINUE TO THRIVE. PUBLIC COMMENTS ARE WELCOME UNTIL JUNE 21.
Thanks for your support of Hardrock!!
Dale Garland and the Hardrock Board of Directors
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