Questions raised about grants for WA Wildlife Recreation Program – recreation for ‘wildlife’?
Washington Wildlife Recreation Program (WWRP)
The Washington Wildlife and Recreation Program provides funding for a broad range of land protection and outdoor recreation, including park acquisition and development, habitat conservation, farmland preservation, and construction of outdoor recreation facilities.
I find the title and description of the , WWRP program DISTURBING? It this WApark broad range of land protection, acquisition, development habitat, conservation program designed to provide outdoor recreation facilities for WILDLIFE?
THIS IS WHAT WA State Park VESTED Stakeholders ARE UP AGAINST
Sent: Friday, April 19, 2013 10:50 AM
To: Farber, Daniel (PARKS)
Subject: State Parks Legislative Report – April 19, 2013
Sent: Friday, April 19, 2013 10:45 AM
To: Parks DL All Employees
Subject: Legislative Report – April 19, 2013
Pay per View Or Free On Demand
This is my comment on public access to public land, the WILD Olympics – Wilderness Scoping Plan and to all Federal State Agencies, elected officials, and appointed government agencies including the ONP and the US fish and wildlife service.
Expand your entertainment options exponentially with direct FREE use and access to public land ON DEMAND.
PAY PER VIEW
A non-public service provided by the appointed, including, but not limited to, the National Park Service, ONP and WA state parks in which every vested American citizen can purchase the right to view public land. The government requires the exorbitant payment at the same or new government road blocks, time after time, to every Vested American ordering it (as opposed to the right to view public land “FREE ON DEMAND systems, which would allow vested American viewers to see and have reasonable use to public land free at any time).
PAY PER VIEW
Paid parks entry can be purchased using an on-line guide, an automated telephone system, or through an automated non-customer service representative.
PAY PER VIEW
Government park PAY PER VIEW events often include, restricted use, excessive other restrictions, quotas, conservation, no jogging, no horses, road blocks, reservations, limited campsites,closed trails, permits, more permits, closed roads, denied access, no off road vehicles, no campfires, no fishing, no hunting, no shooting, no pets, no bicycles, and adding additional new enhanced features like surveillance, law enforcement, ticketing, court appearance events and exorbitant payment of non-negotiable fines on you, for your entertainment.
FREE ON DEMAND
Expand your entertainment options exponentially with direct free use and access to public lands on demand.
FREE ON DEMAND
Vested American citizens have instant free access to millions and millions of acre in the hottest national parks and state parks, whenever you want, where ever you want. Enjoy the Olympic National Park, catch up on missed camping episodes of your favorite campsites or rediscover old favorites, like the 7 Lake Basin.
For your free direct public access on demand? To start enjoying free direct on demand access and reasonable use to public land?
Sacramento, CA; July 17, 2012: On behalf of off-road motorized recreational users of the Tahoe National Forest, attorneys with Pacific Legal Foundation today sued the federal government for illegally closing off more than 800 miles of roads and trails that have been used for decades by the public for environmentally responsible off-road motorized recreation, access to camping and fishing, and to assist in the prevention of forest fires.
Support Pacific Legal Foundation “We are filing this lawsuit to stop the U.S. Forest Service from illegally padlocking vast areas of the Tahoe National Forest and blocking the public from enjoying responsible recreational use of public lands,” said PLF attorney Brandon M. Middleton.
PUBLIC ACCESS TO PUBLIC LAND?
The Federal Courts will decide.
FREE ON DEMAND? OR PAY PER VIEW?
Pearl Rains Hewett
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