04/05/2021 • GLOW Call: Broadband Leaders Discuss Litigation in Action
Five Broadband leaders from across the west will discuss their experiences with litigation as a tool to protect public land and water. They will share what led to their involvement in the litigation and what they learned in the process, including goals, surprises, creative approaches, and funny stories along the way.
Amy Stuart, Bend Bitterbrush Broadband Leadership Team: Endangered Species Act win over a motorized trail system that would impact wildlife on the Ochoco national Forest, Oregon
Pam Conley, Boise Broadband Leadership Team: a NEPA victory over the Air Force, Idaho
Anne Dal Vera, South San Juan Broadband Leader: Challenging temporary approval of chainsaw use in the Weminuche and South San Juans Wilderness, Colorado
Susan Saul, Cascade Volcanoes Broadband Member: a new lawsuit challenging a Forest Service plan to build a road across the Pumice Plain and its research sites at Mount St Helen’s National Volcanic Monument, Washington.
Ronni Egan, Former Broads’ Executive Director and Former Wayne County Broadband Leader: Two decades battling Elko County’s quiet title claim of the USFS closure of South Canyon Road near the Jarbidge Wilderness, Nevada
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