The state of Utah wants to roll back protections on its National Forests. It’s time to speak up to the Forest Service and ask them to reject Utah’s proposals.Read More
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Utah is officially petitioning the Forest Service to roll back protections on its National Forests, which would eliminate protections for nearly 80% of currently protected backcountry skiing, more than half of currently protected climbing, 79% of the state’s currently protected paddling, and 79% of the state’s currently protected hiking and mountain biking.Read More
The Roadless Rule protects tons of backcountry recreation on National Forests. Following in Alaska’s footsteps, Utah is asking the Forest Service for a new Utah-specific Rule that could mean big changes for Utah’s forests.Read More
Plan for 2019: Become besties with your new elected officials. Make sure they rep your priorities on public lands.Read More
The Roadless Rule protects backcountry recreation across the country. Utah is demanding a state-specific version of the Rule, but it’s not clear why they want it.Read More