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This may be our only chance to comment before Congress closes more of OUR public lands in Colorado.
The enviromentalists are attempting to close some of the best recreation areas in Colorado. Ex. Umcompadgre Plateau, Flattops above Rifle, New Castle and Dotsero, Bangs Canyon, Little bookcliffs, the list is massive and totaling nearly 1 million acres.
I plead with you as my friends, coworkers, and loved ones to take 5 minutes and express your OBJECTION to any closures.

If not, your next vacation in Colorado may be very different and not include: mountain biking, 4x4's, motorcycles, snowmobiling, etc.
The proposal is for wilderness designation bans all motor vehicles, bicycles, chainsaws, climbing, and fishing or hunting that requires the above.

Please make a difference, let your voice be heard before its a LAW..........
If your from outside Colorado, please use this link to find your representatives:
Congress.org -

Simply, tell them when they see a wilderness bill regardless of State, vote NO!!

Wilderness Test

Proposed Areas
Acreage County per county
Badger Creek 25,229 Fremont
Bangs Canyon 21,110 Mesa
Beaver Creek 38,378 Fremont/El Paso
Browns Canyon 20,025 Chaffee
Bull Gulch 15,155 Eagle
Castle Peak 16,263 Eagle
Cross Canyon 25,947 Dolores
Deep Creek 20,843 Eagle/Garfield
Demaree Canyon 25,881 Garfield
Dolores River Canyon 41,133 Montrose/Delta
Flat Tops Addn 16,427 Eagle/Garfield
Grand Hogback 11,701 Garfield

Granite Creek 14,089 Mesa
Grape Creek 44,372 Fremont/Custer
Handies Peak 72,397 San Juan/Hinsdale

Little Bookcliffs 30,557 Mesa
Maroon Bells 316 Pitkin
McIntyre Hills 17,318 Fremont
McKenna Peak 33,467 San Miguel/Dolores
Norwood Canyon 13,288 San Miguel/Dolores
Pisgah Mountain 15,679 Eagle
Platte River Addn 33 Jackson
Powderhorn Addition 3,306 Gunnison
Redcloud Peak 38,594 San Juan/Hinsdale
Roan Plateau 40,494 Garfield
Roubideau 22,604 Montrose

Sewemup Mesa 65,448 Mesa/Montrose
Snaggletooth 32,050 San Miguel/Dolores
South Shale Ridge 27,569 Mesa
Table Mountain 27,888 Fremont
The Palisade 26,914 Mesa
Thompson Creek 25,285 Pitkin/Garfield
Unaweep 39,392 Mesa
Weber-Menefee Mountain 14,598 Montezuma
West Elk Addition 6,878 Gunnison

Total Acreage 890,628

Here are the CO Congressmen and Representatives that can help us by standing up to her!!

Michael Bennet
Michael Bennet - United States Senator for Colorado : Contact
DC office Phone: (202) 224-5852
Denver Phone: (303) 455-7600

Mark Udall
Contact Mark | Mark Udall | U.S. Senator for Colorado
Mark Udall | U.S. Senator for Colorado
DC office Phone: (202) 224-5941
Denver Phone: (303) 650-7820

John Salazar
Website: Congressman John T. Salazar, Third District of Colorado
Washington, D.C. Office:
326 Cannon House Office Building,
District of Columbia 20515-0603
Phone: (202) 225-4761
Fax: (202) 226-9669
 
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