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Northeast Trails and Roads Coalition Website Up and Running

September 18, 2008 6:00 AM


Dear BRC Action Alert Subscriber,

Attention New England Recreationists!

David Brill, a member of BRC's National Land Use Advisory Council (NLUAC), and President of the Eastern 4 Wheelers (along with other things), has asked us to forward his email about the new Northeast Trails and Roads Coalition website.

I have pasted his emails below; please take a couple of minutes to read over the information and pass it along.

Thanks in advance for your involvement,
Ric Foster
Public Lands Department Manager
BlueRibbon Coalition
208-237-1008 ext 107


Subject:  Northeast Trails and Roads Coalition
From:  David Brill
Date:  Wed, 17 Sep 2008 17:51:20 -0400
To:  undisclosed-recipients:;

Hey everyone,

Steve Alheim has been working hard to revamp the old Friends of Coy Hill site.
The new site covers information/alerts/etc about many of the roads and trails throughout New England. Like OFR, Chester, MaBell.
This is a joint effort between EC4WDA and NEA4WDC.
This is a forum and informational site where everyone is welcome.
Where JQ Public can find info on a road (NOT the exact location) info as to whether its open, closed, has special restrictions, etc.
Its a place for us to meet and discuss ideas RE whats happening to our roads and trails.

There is rumor too, that buried somewhere, deep in the caverns below the forum, is a bat cave where the ultra secret operatives of the associations work together devising plans to save our New England roads, trails and private lands.  LOL

Please come out and visit us, see what you can do to aid in the fight.  Spread the word to your own forums, far and wide...

Hope to seeya there!

Talk soon,

David Brill
Land Use Chair: East Coast 4WD Assoc.
V.Chair/Land Use Chr. Region D/Northeast of EC4WDA
President, Eastern 4 Wheelers
Tread Lightly! Master Trainer
Blue Ribbon Coalition
Brilliant Signs & Grafix
Guilford, CT

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