After reading this article, I must say I feel very lucky. In 1994, I was one of the CCC special corpsmembers doing habitat evaluation in the Elk River watershed; I saw most of the North and South Forks of the Elk and many of their tributaries (not to mention the Falk train barn in situ, not at its current location). I considered myself fortunate at the time (and still do today) to have seen a lot of territory that was not open to the general public, and now I read with some bemusement that much of it is still not open. I can understand the bitterness some might feel about the current management practices used in this now 'public' land.
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In Print This Week:
Sep 22, 2016
vol XXVII issue 38
The North Coast Journal Weekly
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