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    Junkyard Wars looking for Snow Vehicle Experts Posted by dale
    Tuesday, December 30 @ 01:03:06 PST     [ Press Releases ]
    Anonymous writes "Junkyard Wars is TLC�s Emmy nominated engineering game show. Two teams of engineers and mechanics are given a day to build a machine from scrap they find in our Junkyard. In the past, these �mad mechanics� have built anything from flying machines to submarines to dragsters. "
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    new snowmobile design Posted by dale
    Wednesday, July 02 @ 00:04:52 PDT     [ Breaking News ]
    Anonymous writes "We are introducing a new concept in snowmobile like design that will interest your readers. For a quick review of this revolutionary craft go to the web site at: http://www.industrialobject.com/hover.html "
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    California Dreaming Posted by dale
    Thursday, October 17 @ 22:18:09 PDT     [ California ]

    SACRAMENTO, CA (October 16) -- The Off-Highway Motorized Vehicle Commission (OHMVR) today voted to kill the U.S. Forest Service's winter recreation program along the Highway 50 corridor.The grant request for $147,000 dollars from the Eldorado National Forest was to fund maintenance of snowmobile trails, visitor contact and patrol, restroom cleaning, wildlife research, and snow removal.

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    Blue Ribbon: Boiling Frogs.... Posted by dale
    Thursday, October 17 @ 22:15:54 PDT     [ Deep Thinking ]
    Anonymous writes "How Enviromaniacs Are Winning the Snowmobile War.
    Opinion by Viki Eggers-Mason

    I hate to be the one to break this to you. With the Clinton/Gore snowmobile ban postponed and the EPA taking a more relaxed posture on snowmobile emission standards, some of you might think that motorized recreation has, at long last, vanquished the evil enviro-meanies. Wrong. We�ve not won a thing. As a matter of fact, if you look closely, you�ll see that the powerful environmental army is gaining ground every day.

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    what is the best snowmobile out there Posted by Dale
    Friday, October 11 @ 16:33:44 PDT     [ Deep Thinking ]
    Anonymous writes "What is the Best snowmobile out there Polaris, Ski Doo, Yamaha, Arctic Cat"
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    USFS hamstrung by Analysis Paralysis Posted by Dale
    Friday, August 02 @ 15:23:29 PDT     [ U.S. Forest Service ]
    The Subcommittee on Forests and Forest Health continues this summer to work on its top priority of improving national forest management. The subcommittee held an oversight hearing on Process Gridlock on the National Forests in June. The hearing was part of an effort to untangle the combination of conflicting laws and regulations affecting the management of the National Forest system. On July 11, the subcommittee held another oversight hearing on Wildfires in the National Forests: An Update on the 2002 Wildland Fire Season.
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    Lynx Hoax Posted by Dale
    Thursday, December 20 @ 23:53:14 PST     [ National News of Interest ]

    Federal and state wildlife biologists planted false evidence of a rare cat species in two national forests, officials told The Washington Times.

    Had the deception not been discovered, the government likely would have banned many forms of recreation and use of natural resources in the Gifford Pinchot National Forest and Wenatchee National Forest in Washington state.
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    Landmark files Lawsuit Posted by Dale
    Sunday, December 16 @ 17:15:30 PST     [ National News of Interest ]
    (HERNDON, VA)...Landmark Legal Foundation today filed three lawsuits against government agencies to force them to release information about hundreds of millions of dollars in taxpayer funds paid to the Nature Conservancy, the Environmental Defense Fund, the World Wildlife Fund and other activist environmental groups.
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    Activists Inc. Posted by Dale
    Friday, December 14 @ 00:01:52 PST     [ Deep Thinking ]
    Professional agitators can't claim to be a "grassroots" movement anymore.


    Thursday, December 13, 2001 12:01 a.m. EST

    t seems every time you read a story about a domestic conflict--whether it's drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, free trade clashes, or tobacco litigation--two adjectives always describe the opponents. On one side are the "grassroots" organizations--disorganized, under-funded, struggling folk willing to live hand-to-mouth in the name of their noble goal. On the other are "powerful" corporate and political interests--fat-cats with loads of money, contacts and discipline, willing to use any tactic to get their way.

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    National Parks: Yellowstone Comment period extended Posted by Dale
    Thursday, December 13 @ 23:54:04 PST     [ National Park Service ]
    The EPA has just announced that the comment period for the EPA Proposed Rule pertaining to snowmobiles has been extended. Comments will be accepted until January 18, 2002.
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