Keep the Coyote Canyon Trail closed
  • Petitioned The Bureau of Land Management

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Keep the Coyote Canyon Trail closed

    1. Kiley Miller
    2. Petition by

      Kiley Miller

      Moab, UT

It will negatively impact the land, wildlife, & local land owners if this ORV trail is reopened. It has been closed twice & has been reclaiming its natural splendor. Off-road vehicle enthusiasts put pressure on the Blm to re-open this despite local land owners requests to keep it closed. It sets a bad precedent when the Blm continually gives concessions to a user group that does so much damage.

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    • Aimee Barnes MOAB, UT
      • over 2 years ago

      This is not a trail that links into any significant OHV trail system, therefore, it does not imact any major access roads to OHV users. This loop is an isolated loop and the user group's history has been abusive to resource by not traveling on durable surfaces and creating new trails in the area. The user group also has a history of harrasing private land owners. This area should be closed for restoration.

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    • Tim Peterson DURANGO, CO
      • over 2 years ago

      Plenty of extreme off-roading in the local area and the region - BLM's 2008 plan went way too far in catering to extreme off-roaders. There is so little that rock crawlers cannot do, so it's time to respect the landowners and the ecology here. Let this old tired route reclaim!

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    • Karl Larson MOAB, UT
      • over 2 years ago

      motorized recreation does NOT belong in residential areas

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    • Catherine Capel SIDNEY, IL
      • over 2 years ago

      Roads are for wheels; trails are for feet.

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    • sara melnicoff MOAB, UT
      • over 2 years ago

      Our precious lands must be protected from abuse, and we need to act now to avoid the worst consequences of non-action.

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