It seems like the northcoast is losig a bigger percentage of their parks than in other locales, perhaps due to our lower population numbers?
Closings based on "visitation"... if the local area population numbers were factored into the visitation, that seems a little more fair to me.
Choosing Uri, an equestrian trails at the expense of healthy ecosystems advocate, as one of your spokespeople, only invalidates your outreach.
With someone like him, you are not going to be able to make a good case to the environmentally literate sector of the public. You need someone who will not misquote portions of scientifically-researched papers for his own purposes.
Please see his speaking of the "proven horses do NOT spread weeds" commentary in the previous URL.
Please note his lack of response when asked to provide actual references for his assertions.
Please note his glib responses about concentrated horse manure and water pollutants.
You are doing youself a disservice, and certainly the people of Manila who are concerned with this issue.Your cause may indeed have merit, but it would benefit you to get an actual scientist with proven credentials, rather than a local horseman/recreationist who tries to obscure truth to promote his own agendas.
Uri is "all for restoration"? Please...
Maybe you need to read his exchanges in the following URL, where he calls people who are concerned about intense amounts of horse feces on trails, "Yuppies". He also blathers on about "speciation". yet refuses to give any references to his assertions, despite several requests.
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In Print This Week:
Mar 23, 2017
vol XXVIII issue 12
Young & Hungry
The North Coast Journal
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