Tahuya DNR Project Suport Needed!

Sam Jarrett, the DNR Public Use and Stewardship Forester for the South Puget Sound has requested letters of support from trail riders for the following projects:

Tahuya/Green Mountain 08 ORV Trail Maintenance. #08-1030.

South Spillman Trail Head, #08-1046

Tahuya/Green Mountain/Elbe State Forests ORV equipment,

# 08-1071

He said that,"The more letters of support and requests for these projects that he receives from clubs and individual trail users the better his chances are of getting the projects funded."

Please put the word out through your channels of communication.

Send letters or e-mail to:

Sam Jarrett

DNR

950 Farman Ave No.

Enumclaw, WA 98022-9282

sam.jarrett@wadnr.gov

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Seems like two worthy causes ... if you know more and think otherwise please PM me! Otherwise, let's warm up our email fingers ... and maybe you guys can spell support correctly!

Tahuya/Green Mountain/Elbe State Forests ORV equipment,

# 08-1071

Any idea what sort of equipment and how much money?

email sent off to Sam.

if you can't figure what to say, try this:

Hello Sam,

I am writing to express my support for the projects listed below.

Tahuya/Green Mountain 08 ORV Trail Maintenance. #08-1030.

South Spillman Trail Head, #08-1046

Tahuya/Green Mountain/Elbe State Forests ORV equipment,

# 08-1071

I enjoy riding at Green Mountain State Forest and would like to see ORV favored improvements that DNR can make to the site. Please be aware that the citizenry of WA state enjoy riding their motorized trail bikes in a responsible manner on DNR designated lands.

Sincerely,

shrubitup

if you can't figure what to say, try this:

I perfer:

On behalf of the Northwest Motorycle Association and its over 1500 members . . . . . :thumbsup::ride::bonk:

Byron....if its OK with you, I would like to post this on KTM talk too.

Joe

Joe,

thanks for asking ... and please, post away. The more support the better! I picked it up through an NMA mailing and I think it's a topic that needs publicizing for all the great winter riding we get there ... although I'd like to hear from a more knowledgeable TT'er more about these projects and the process ...

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