Skip to comments.Feds May Close Forests Near Fresno ( CA )
Posted on 06/22/2013 6:28:54 PM PDT by george76
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is looking to close 2-million acres of forest to protect a toad and frog habitat.
The service held a meeting in Prather Wednesday to discuss closing parts of nine forests.
(Excerpt) Read more at kmph-kfre.com ...
This will happen with more frequency. National forests closed off for various important reasons. No go zones.
Words fail me, the inmates have taken over the asylum.
What the heck is keeping you stuck in California? I mean with nonsense like this being the norm, isn't Texas looking a lot better? :-)
As I recall your family traces its heritage to this part of the country (Oklahoma and Arkansas?). It sure would be good to have you and Free Republic come back to the ancestral home!
On the other hand, if you can fight to restore Reagan-era values, maybe the Golden State can again be golden again.
Soon to be even worse.
Agenda 21 in action. Get ready for more of this.
Gig em.... And fry in butter....
More forest for the cartels to grow in. I’m will be interested to see if the cartels roll into Mendocino County and start making the growers there an offer they can’t refuse.
Ok so then the only ones who will be able to use the forest land will be the marijuana growers, right?
Vendome~:” Gig em.... And fry in butter....”
Tastes like chicken , ..only better !
And they are free !!
Better yet , box up 20- 30 of them and cut ‘em loose at the White Hut garden .
The forest service would have to close the garden down !
And then we could all enjoy seeing Michelle shopping in a grocery store , almost just like real people !!
Eventually, this regime will start closing off privately owned land and usurping it for “national forests,” open only to federal officials and Mexican cartels.
In other news:
El Dorado County Sheriff Strips Forest Service Of State-Law Enforcement Power ( CA )
CBS13 ^ | June 21, 2013
Posted on 6/22/2013 6:12:03 PM by george76
The El Dorado County Sheriff says hes not happy with the U.S. Forest Service, so hes stripping them of their authority by keeping them from enforcing state law within the county.
Sheriff John DAgostini is taking the unusual step of pulling the police powers from the federal agency because he says he has received numerous, numerous complaints.
In a letter obtained by CBS13, the sheriff informs the federal agency that its officers will no longer be able to enforce California state law anywhere in his county.
I take the service that we provide to the citizens of El Dorado County and the visitors to El Dorado County very seriously, and the style and manner of service we provide, DAgostini said. The U.S. Forest Service, after many attempts and given many opportunities, has failed to meet that standard.
For comparison, Delaware is around 1.5 Mil acres in size.
They have done that since the 90s.
Not only is it acceptable, you should look up Turtle Island, a fully compliant and approved part of Agenda 21.
No, it’s not tin foil. It’s real and in UN docs.
On the button. If you’ve noticed, the number of camping spots in the major National Parks shrink each year. After “remodeling or upgrading”, the number of available spots always goes down. Hiking and trails are restricted. Cars are prohibited and you must ride the official guided tour buses with appropriate ranger and associated propaganda. On the other end, the $500 - $2,000 a night lodge accommodations are increasing but for only for the selected elite which includes governmental agencies at taxpayer expense.
And I do mean ALL land.
It makes it easier for the drug lords to grow marijuana since the government workers won’t travel as much and there is less likely of a backwoods hiker from stumbling upon the farm. I see DOI folks and State employees sitting on their butts more since they won’t have to watch out for visitors. Perfect job for the paid off park employees.
” If youve noticed, the number of camping spots in the major National Parks shrink each year.”
It happens in the national forests too. 30 years ago you could camp alongside any place you chose on a 15 mile road I used to frequent. Today it’s restricted to a dozen campsites.
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