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Bighorn

December 1, 2015

Once Upon a Time in the Rockies: The Enduring Legacy of Too Many Trails

Wild Lands Advocate article from December 2015 by Sean Nichols, AWA Conservation Specialist. The Failure…

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May 7, 2015

AWA News Release: Record-setting $1,500 Fines Levied against OHV Joyriders

In a recent ruling, a judge in Rocky Mountain House assessed two $1,500 fines against…

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February 1, 2015

Hummingbird to Hope: Trail Monitoring, Management and a Wildland Park in the Bigborn

When hiking Canary Creek in the Ram River headwaters, near the Bighorn Wildland’s Hummingbird Recreation…

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October 9, 2014

2004 AWA Bighorn Wildland Recreation Monitoring Project

Report on AWA’s 2004 AWA Bighorn Wildland Recreation Monitoring Project 2004_RP_BH.pdf

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October 8, 2014

2005 Interim Report: AWA Bighorn Wildland Recreation Monitoring Project

AWA Interim Report on the Monitoring of Recreation Uses and Impacts in Bighorn Wildland 2005_RP_BH.pdf

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More logging appeared imminent because vandalized landscapes, just like homes with broken windows, tend to invite more abuse.” Andrew Nikiforuk. This tells it all, whether oil and gas, logging, OHVs etc. already exist, then it seems governments are gung ho to keep going and open it all up to more activity and abuse. . . and why we need AWA more than ever.
- Cliff Wallis
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