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Washington Newsletter - April 2014

In this issue: The Ensuring Public Involvement in the Creation of National Monuments Act, the Federal Lands Recreation Enhancement Act, the mounting maintenance backlog, and volunteer work

Washington Newsletter - March 2014

A short legislative year, it's budget time, the Endangered Species Act and the Recreational Trails Program.

Washington Newsletter - February 2014

Information on the state of the union, the pending threat of National Monument Designations, and the Recreational Trails Program. All of this and more in the December Newsletter.

Washington Newsletter - January 2014

Information on the pending threat of National Monument Designations, the budget showdown, and an update on Johnson Valley. All of this and more in the December Newsletter.

Washington Newsletter - December 2013

Information on the pending threat of National Monument Designations, the budget showdown, and an update on Johnson Valley. All of this and more in the December Newsletter.

Washington Newsletter - November 2013

An update on the budget crisis, the Yellowstone snowmobile access rule is finalized and news on the Recreational Trails Program. All of this and more in the November Newsletter

Washington Newsletter - October 2013

The Budget Showdown comes to a climax, we look at your photos, the Healthy Forests for Healthy Communities act and some transitions.

Washington Newsletter - September 2013

Winter access to Yellowstone National Park, Forest Fires threaten the National Parks, A September Budget Showdown and good news for Casey. All of this and more in the September newsletter.

Washington Newsletter - August 2013

Wildfires continue to be a threat, news on Yosemite National Park, why the month of September won't be too pleasurable and why killing the rabbit might be easier! All of this and more in the August newsletter.

Washington Newsletter - July 2013

The House takes action on Johnson Valley, Cape Hatteras makes progress in the Senate, and the Government Accountability Office released a study on the condition of U.S. Forest Service trails - all in the July Washington Newsletter.

Washington Newsletter - June 2013

Wildfires threaten our National forests; a legislative update on the Johnson Valley OHV; saving the Recreational Trails program and having safe fun this Summer - all in the June Washington Newsletter.

Washington Newsletter - May 2013

An update on the OHV at Cape Hatteras; National Monument areas are designated; and in Utah an off road trail was dedicated to fallen police officers - all in the May Washington Newsletter.

 

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