PEER and DPC File Lawsuit to Close Ocotillo Wells

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PEER and DPC File Lawsuit to Close Ocotillo Wells

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Re: PEER and DPC File Lawsuit to Close Ocotillo Wells

Post by Booga-dune-poon »

Public lands should be managed with an emphasis on shared use.

I've been there at least a dozen times and from my assessment, it's 1000 to 1, OHV enthusiasts vs environmentalists on site.

"The good of the one does not exceed the good of the many" Mr. Spock

The OHV community underwrites the SVRA via "green sticker" registration fees.

I don't think the environmentalists would pay extra out of their own pockets to "preserve" Ocotillo Wells.

Ocotillo Wells SVRA is like the Building & Loan and the environmental groups are like Mr. Potter. They want to shut us down.

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