Whenever a government entity or an attorney inappropriately appends a non-disclosure warning to an email, you can be pretty sure – without reading the email – that it will be nonsense … often nefarious nonsense.
It holds true for the USDA’s email about caving in to “cavers” over the White Nose Syndrome epidemic that is killing bats.
Farmers shouldn’t have to track everything that the USDA does; but it looks like they’re going to have to – the USDA has put recreational pursuits ahead of protecting their crops.
Whenever farmers’ crops are in jeopardy, we’re all in jeopardy.
Dear Interested Party,
The U.S. Forest Service has recently completed an Environmental Assessment (EA) for Cave and Abandoned Mine Management for White-Nose Syndrome. This assessment covers Rocky Mountain Region National Forest System lands in Colorado, South Dakota, Wyoming, and Kansas.
Please visit the following website for a copy of the EA and Forest Supervisor decision documentation:
For general questions, please contact Rick Truex at (303) 275-5022. To request hard copy versions of this information, please contact Daniel Mundell at (303) 275-5255.
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