If you go to their web site http://www.sierraclub.org/wilderness/roadless.asp
they have a customizable email to the forest service. By making just a few changes, this makes sending in our opinion even easier. I'd encourage everyone to take the 2-3 minutes it takes to do this.
Remember, the trail you save could be your own!
Some how I have have been placed on a Sierra Club mailing list that seeks donations. I found a use for the materials they send me. I return them an empty letter in the self addressed envelopes they include in the solicitation. I figure that postage is one less nickel they can spend closing my trails.
Ok, it was easy, I copied the note I sent
and bookmarked the page, they are calling
it "Electronic Activism", I figure it'll take
less than a minute to sent the note each day.
Good heads up FNG.
I urge everyone to take this easy opportunity, I just did. You can get further gratification (for what it's worth) by then using the
Sierra Club's site to send them an e-mail thanking them for giving us such a nice letter we can use (along with any other barbs you
are inclined to throw in). [img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/laugh.gif[/img]
Brad (from the 4 Wheeling center of the universe, 4 corners USA)
Re: I\'ve found a use for the Sierra Club - Oh God, PLEASE DON\"T DO IT!!!
People, please do not use this to send notes. This has been discussed extensively on the LUN list. These types of messages show up as support FOR the Sierra club REGARDLESS of the text included. It only shows up as being FROM the Sierra Club. This HELPS the Sierra Club as it adds numbers to their tallies of messages sent through thier site.
Again, please do not do this!
Go to the Blue Ribbon Coalition site http://www.sharetrails.org, they have just added a similar way to contact the right people through the RIGHT channels!!! Do your part, just don't do it through the Sierra Club site!!!
I will reply back later tonight with the specific link to access the online form - stay tuned...