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Eldorado NF “Motorized Roads and Trails” Open Houses Set

Public Invited to Eldorado National Forest District Rangers' “Motorized Roads and Trails” Open Houses

Placerville, CA (Mar 27, 2009)….Its been almost a year since the Forest Service designated routes where people can drive motorized vehicles in the Eldorado National Forest. In April, the four Eldorado National Forest District Rangers will each host a day when people can drop-in at their offices to talk about the designated travel system.

The open houses will be hosted at the Georgetown and Amador Ranger Stations on April 18 and at the Placerville Ranger Station on April 25.

“We look forward to informally meeting with people who want to discuss specific travel routes or national forest locations for parking,” said Duane Nelson, Placerville District Ranger. ‘The more specific people can be during their discussions about which routes or trails need attention, the more helpful the information will be.”

Nelson says the open houses are one way the Forest Service can get an idea of what’s working for people and the land, and what’s not.

Three open houses are scheduled. The Forest Service says each one will highlight routes and opportunities located within the hosting Ranger’s area of the Forest. The Placerville and Pacific District Rangers will host a joint open house for the convenience of people who travel Highway 50. The Amador and Georgetown District Rangers will each host their own open house.

The following open houses will be held:

April 18, 2009
Georgetown Ranger District
Georgetown Ranger Station
7600 Wentworth Springs Road
Georgetown CA 95634
9 AM to 1 PM

April 18, 2009
Amador Ranger District
Amador Ranger Station
(Includes areas north and south of Highway 8Cool
26820 Silver Drive
Pioneer, CA 95666
9 AM to 1 PM

April 25, 2009
Placerville and Pacific Ranger Districts
(Includes areas from Loon Lake south to the Consumes River)
Placerville Ranger Station
4260 Eight Mile Road
Camino, CA 95709
9 AM to 1 PM

Site specific information people want to share about Eldorado National Forest motorized roads and trails can also be e-mailed to; This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. General public information about the Eldorado National Forest designated motorized route system can be found on the Internet at: http://www.fs.fed.us/r5/eldorado
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