Posted by: Bob Payne | October 14, 2011

NPCA Sues National Park Service, Fish and Wildlife Service Over Big Cypress National Preserve Addition Lands Management

National Park Service officials failed the American public by allowing off-road vehicle use in the “Addition lands” area of Big Cypress National Preserve, the National Parks Conservation Association charged today while filing a lawsuit against the agency. “The American people expect our national parks to be highly protected,” John Adornato, the group’s Sun Coast regional director, said during a conference call with reporters to announce the filing. “That our national parks are a place of refuge, and pristine. Unfortunately, the Park Service did not deliver on that expectation with this plan.”

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  1. example of an enlightened civil society fighting for their just right.


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