Stay away from the Larkin Fork, Estill Fork and Hurricane Creek area.
  • Petitioned Paint Rock Refuge Proposal

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Paint Rock Refuge Proposal

Stay away from the Larkin Fork, Estill Fork and Hurricane Creek area.

    1. Angela Clark
    2. Petition by

      Angela Clark

      inchester, TN

This is important because many families will be affected by this refuge, as well as a lot of riding trails. Part of this land also has cemeteries on it, which may not be able to be visited once the refuge is created.

To:
Paint Rock Refuge Proposal, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Stay away from the Larkin Fork, Estill Fork and Hurricane Creek area.

Sincerely,
[Your name]

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    • Robby Garcia COWAN, TN
      • 9 months ago

      The federal government does not run things very well and I want to be free to walk the trails whenever I'd like. I just purchased a house on Keith Springs Mountain and I don't want all the land around me to be managed by the government.

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    • Randy Lasater PELHAM, TN
      • over 1 year ago

      I used to ride horses all over the mountain. Used to be a guide at Circle E

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    • Jennifer Sisk-Miley STILLWATER, OK
      • over 1 year ago

      This place is my family heritage. I am related to just about everyone on the mountain. It affects my family's land and heritage.

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    • Nancy Taylor WINCHESTER, TN
      • over 1 year ago

      I lived up there for 5 - 7 years & it is a beautiful place to live. The reason I moved I divorced. But so many families have all been raised up there & others have lived up there their whole life & why should they have to move.

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    • Kerry Bolden TULLAHOMA, TN
      • over 1 year ago

      I grew up there n it should stay the way it is n if anything donate money for the fire dept....

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