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nuclearlemon
10-18-2005, 06:19 PM
Here is an opportunity to get a major 4X4 project accomplished, get the
responsible use message out and get recognition for your 4X4 partners.
Primedia is looking to do a project in Colorado. They would coordinate
volunteers, provide materials and equipment, (this includes heavy equipment
if needed) and produce an article in Petersons' 4 Wheel Magazine. All BLM
would provide is the project and supervisors. The project has to be a 4
wheel drive type and have local club support.

If you are interested please send me a brief description. Include:

Geographic description Size-(probably feet or miles of 4X4 route) What is
needed How many people Why is it important Benefits to 4X4 Community

I would like to get back to Patti with a list of projects by the end of
November. So please respond by November 15th. Please call if you have
questions.


Jack Placchi BLM, Colorado State Office Travel Management and Trails
Coordinator
2850 Youngfield Lakewood, CO 80215
(303) 239-3832 ----- Forwarded by Jack Placchi/COSO/CO/BLM/DOI on 10/18/2005
09:36 AM
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Patti Klein/UTSO/UT/BLM /DOI
To jeff.nasi@primedia.com
10/14/2005 03:34 cc PM Subject

60wag
10-18-2005, 06:57 PM
Do you think they'd like to help us reconstruct the Needles Eye tunnel? We might need some heavy equipment for that. :)

Uncle Ben
10-18-2005, 06:58 PM
We still have a big project at the bog!

bh4rnnr
10-18-2005, 07:23 PM
We still have a big project at the bog!


I want to make it for that one!

nuclearlemon
10-18-2005, 10:06 PM
Do you think they'd like to help us reconstruct the Needles Eye tunnel? We might need some heavy equipment for that. :)
i think that is being handled by the rollins pass restoration society. but the bog is something i discussed with janice from the state association today. also the bog farther in where the trees were down. i think jenny creek would be a great place and the letter states that this is basically approved through blm which might eliminate the red tape about licensed contractors operating heavy machinery on blm land.