This is not how to go about dune restoration. Whether you're pro dune or against, pro horses or against, freestyle dune restoration has the potential to vastly impact lands that are owned by the public, not to mention that it can encourage others to take their own thoughts and ideas and put them into action. While the process may be convoluted, there is a REASON that you need a permit to do these things. Just as a pro horse advocate wouldn't want random citizens to start messing with their trails, or how concerned ecologists wouldn't want someone intentionally planting invasive species, this is an example of the wrong approach to wanting to try new ideas. And yes, a CDP may be challenging to get, but how about partnering with one of the dune organizations or HSU to run trials?
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In Print This Week:
Oct 20, 2016
vol XXVII issue 42
The North Coast Journal Weekly
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