Quote: She was very supportive. Unfortunately, much of the crowd was somewhat 'hostile,' in a four wheeler kind of way. It was eye-opening. Apparently, WrenchWench was there, too, but I didn't know. I went alone.
I am not sure of which meeting you reference. I have enough trouble keeping up with California meetings...
I have known Sandee for a number of years and she has a very high level of passion when trail issues are discussed in AZ.
And, I know she has enticed many people to get out to public meetings.
You will not find a stronger or more passionate advocate for AZ trails that Sandee.
Hostility will get you no where with the agencies.
The agencies are stressed with many overarching pressures and tend to take the easy route without future consequences being considered.
If there is anything you need to help with education of people WRT the process, let me know. I have produced a lot of material that has been distilled to the lowest common denominate so that it is easy to understand.
I am willing to lend a means to distribute information. I just need the information to distribute.
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