What happened to the isdratrt.org website?

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What happened to the isdratrt.org website?

Post by WoodIsGood » Tue Oct 05, 2010 10:31 am

I tried to access a visitation count graph I have bookmarked, but the isdratrt.org site is gone. There used to be links there to many informative documents on ISDRA issues. Where did all those documents go? Or are they unavailable now?

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Re: What happened to the isdratrt.org website?

Post by Woodglue » Tue Oct 05, 2010 4:05 pm

IN Aug2009, this forum was renamed.
The ISDRA TRT became the ISDRA Sub Group under the Desert Advisory Council.
I can't imagine that all the TRT information is gone, but it does make sence that the website is no longer there.

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Re: What happened to the isdratrt.org website?

Post by LoBuck » Tue Oct 05, 2010 11:35 pm

The isdratrt.org website was hosted on the ASA servers and all of the info and documents are still there, but not available to the public at least not right now. Many of the documents that were on the isdratrt.org website came from the BLM so look at the link to thier site, what you're looking for could be there. The visitation graphs are.
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