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The Washington DNR is in the process of creating a new Recreation Plan for Green Mountain and Tahuya State Forests. The new plan will guide how the DNR manages recreation in this area for the next 10 to 15 years. As part of the planning process they are collecting information on what activities are occurring in these forests now.

Ensure that the voices of mountain bikers are heard!

If you've ever ridden Green Mountain or Tahuya, please take a moment to complete the DNR's survey before Feb 28th.
 

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Thanks for posting Kristie. Many of us over here attended the recent meeting in Belfair and have completed this survey. There was a real diverse group representing horse riders, motos, hikers, MTB'ers, etc. Mountain Bikers were by far NOT in the majority. We do, however, have a great rep appointed to the planning committee. Please be aware that DNR management here in Kitsap/Mason can have an influence on future DNR recreation use everywhere, so please take a moment to submit this survey. Thanks for supporting our passion.
 

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done & welcome aboard Kristie.

Please fill out the survey, even if you have never ridden at Green Mtn. It is one of the few riding areas close to Seattle that has some elevation. It also drains really well and makes a great riding spot in the winter (when its not covered in snow). And it has great potential for more trails, both cx and freeride.
FILL OUT THE SURVEY! And suggest "build free ride trails".
 

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Done! ..:thumbsup:
 

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Make a big deal out of how fees are a horrible idea. They may be affordabe to you, but for those that make less money, much like sales tax, they take a bigger chunk out of their income. Fees mean nothing to the rich, they mean less access to public land for the poor.
 
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