Paddling groups withdraw appeal on Upper Chattooga decision
“Those regulations require the agency to manage recreation appropriately, and to protect the river from harm. If the Forest Service does so, a new lawsuit will not be necessary.”
A group of river paddling organizations and individuals this week withdrew their appeal of a federal court decision involving canoeing and kayaking access on the Upper Chattooga Wild and Scenic River in North ... via Asheville Citizen-Times
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#1 Aug 4, 2007
Leave the upper chattooga be!
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