This was releaseed today from the MUCC
REVISED ACTION ALERT
Take action to prevent 70,000 acre gun hunting/snowmobiling ban in Huron-Manistee National Forest
Southfield and Lansing Meetings Canceled Due to Weather
Dear Partner in Conservation,
There are only 4 more chances to attend a public meeting to learn more about the proposed revision of the forest management plan that could ban firearm hunting in almost 70,000 acres of the Huron-Manistee National Forest. The Forest Service has canceled two informational meetings scheduled for Southfield on Feb. 1 and Lansing on Feb. 2 due to the blizzard warnings that are posted across the south Michigan area.
Please be aware that you must bring written comments to the public meeting, they will not be recording oral public comments. Forest Service representatives will be available to answer questions and discuss the issues throughout the scheduled times. The public may come and go as their questions are answered. The meetings will not have a formal presentation or a public comment period. Written comments will be accepted at the meetings
To read the background on this lawsuit and revision of the forest plan, as well as major issues and talking points, visit MUCC's website.
The point of this Action Alert is that YOU have a voice in this matter. The U.S. Forest Service has planned a series of 6 public meetings from January 31 through February 3 on the proposed alternative to ban firearm hunting and snowmobiling. In the event that you cannot attend in person, written comments are also being accepted until February 11.
1.) Attend one of next 4 public meetings and submit written comments
2/1/11 - Mio 4-7 p.m.
Mio Ranger Station, 107 McKinley Road
2/2/11 - Manistee 4-7 p.m.
Days Inn of Manistee, 1462 US 31 South
2/3/11 - Grand Rapids 4-8 p.m.
Crowne Plaza, 57000 East 28th St.
2/3/11 - Baldwin 4-7 p.m.
Pleasant Plains Township Hall, 885 Eighth St.
CANCELED DUE TO WEATHER: 2/1/11 - Southfield 4-8 p.m.
Hilton Garden Inn, 26000 American Drive
CANCELED DUE TO WEATHER: 2/2/11 - Lansing 4-8 p.m.
Causeway Bay Hotel (Will be changing to Best Western), 6820 South Cedar
2.) Submit written comments
U.S. Mail - Send written comments to Lee Evison, Forest Planner, Huron-Manistee National Forests, 1755 S. Mitchell Street, Cadillac, MI 49601
Fax - 231-775-5551
Electronic - email@example.com (Comments sent via email should contain the subject line "Forest Plan SEIS"
It is important to note that hunters who access the Huron-Manistee National Forest, especially the areas noted on our website, are especially encouraged to submit public comment - it is your right to hunt that is being challenged! However, all hunters - even archery hunters and those who do not use the Huron-Manistee Forest - are also encouraged to take action. We must band together against this attack on our rights and heritage.
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Tony Hansen, Deputy Director
Amy (Spray) Trotter, Resource Policy Manager
Dave Nyberg, Legislative Affairs Manager
Paul Zugger, Environmental Policy Advisor
Linn Duling, Fisheries Policy Advisor
Dr. Greg Peter, Wildlife Policy Advisor
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