Saving the Backcountry Trails
April 2, 2016  Agenda & Acknowledgements 

Kern Sierra Frazier Town Hall Forum 

OUR FUTURE ACCESS and TRAVEL on OUR lANDS

Frazier Park Library

FRAZIER PARK CA

April 2, 2016 Saturday

Time 1.01-3:03pm Forum and 3:03-4:44pm Social

 

AGENDA / ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS – Informational Only

Introductions from BCH Kern Sierra President Scott Rogers

The Mountain Enterprise  – Local newspaper

BCHA National Influences

Sespe Steve – Event coordinator

Patty Montoya & Pat Mumford – Behind the Sceen

 

John McDonald: Film Documentary on Mode of Travel and Access

History – Observations of The Wild

-John Sears-3mules.com

-Film viewing and the wilderness travel

 

Lynn Joiner / Tammy Bozarth: BCHA National Overview and Local Education

Wilderness Challenges

-Mechanical Threats

-IMBA now understands designations

-Successful BCHC efforts

-Clean camping-No trace

 

Programs via USFS/BCHC

-Certifications on cross cut

-Training on chain saw

 

Front vs. Back Country

-Our Trails/money spent

-Funding Future access

-RTP 3.6 mil vs. 450 mil

-Maps missing trails

 

Steve Cozzetto: Local Equestrian Mountaineer and Property Use Advocate

-Local trails / Improved Access

-Faulty sciences condemning Use / Camps / Access

-Parking Areas / Designated Use

-Future Camps for Future Generations

-Trail count- OLD is more and NEW maps are less numbers

-Symbiotic Sespe working efforts with USFS/Agencies