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Re: “Fighting for Their Right to Bike

Measure WW passed, so what recourse do concerned citizens have to address the injustice we see in our park system? What simple action can we take that will directly and immediately make a negative economic impact on the cattle industry responsible for the environmental damage? Two words: CUT FENCE.

That's right. It's Edward Abbey time. In fact it's way past Edward Abbey time. Think about it. Cutting the barbwire fences makes it more expensive to graze cattle on these lands. If enough of us do it, the cost will eventually be prohibitively high and the cows will go way.

Power to the people!

Posted by idrathernotsay on 01/09/2009 at 9:06 PM

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