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Seboomook Management Plan Criticized for Favoring Motorized Recreation
Land Use Regulation Commission supporting closure of the South Seboomook Road and reserving it for foot traffic. Putting the road to bed "would allow the lake to offer a more remote, wild ...
www.meepi.org


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Recovery efforts in breeding areas include directing human traffic around the fragile nest scrapes found on beaches, erecting wire fencing around ... indirectly lower productivity by disrupting territorial establishment, courtship, egg laying, and incubation activities. Foot traffic, dune buggies, and other vehicles (including raking of beaches for trash) can ...
www.fws.gov


WDNR - Find a State Park or Forest
Menominee River, east of Pembine. Primarily limited to foot travel only, the area provides opportunities to view waterfalls and birds, ... where the Trempealeau and Mississippi rivers meet. From the 500-foot river bluffs, one can enjoy breathtaking views of the mighty Mississippi. ... woods, wetlands, and prairie. For now, it's open only to foot traffic. C/o Box 703, St. Croix Falls 54024. (715) 483- ...
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Southeastern Arizona Bird Observatory's Birding Guide: Tucson & Vicinity
Picnicking is permitted, but camping and private motor vehicles are prohibited (even bicycles are restricted). Foot traffic is allowed during daylight hours, and an early-morning walk is a great way to ... , the Catalina Mountains (Mount Lemmon), and the Madera Canyon Recreation Area. Visitors who arrive on foot or by bicycle are exempt from the fee. Access Advisory: Visitor access to Sabino Canyon ...
sabo.org


Partnership Awards
Alaska streams have been degraded by boat wakes and foot traffic of fishermen. Important rearing habitat for juvenile salmonids has also been ... The restoration involved work at two locations. Twin 6 x 10-foot box culverts, 200 feet long, were installed on the west ... east side of the sanctuary, also involved twin 6 x 10-foot box culverts and a reconstructed channel network to improve 33 ...
coastalamerica.gov


Compassion Over Killing > COK’s Tips for Successful Vegetarian Leafleting
Where to Leaflet The best places to leaflet are public areas with high foot traffic. Our favorite locations are: outside of subway, train, or bus stations (especially during rush hour ...
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Compassion Over Killing > COK's Guide to Organizing Feed-Ins
Preferably, choose a site close to a public sidewalk so you can’t be legally ...
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Exploring the Mono Basin on Bike or Foot
Basin on Bike or Foot An Essay on Self-Discovery Hikes Road Bike Rides Mountain Bike Rides This ... side road at Cattleguard Campground. Start here if you want to avoid highway traffic. Ride up the paved road along the bottom of Lee Vining Canyon, and ... Pass. Road is narrow and steep, watch for rocks on the road and traffic. Pay the entrance fee and ride another 7 miles downhill to Tuolumne Meadows, ...
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Traffic-calming: A Whirligig at Work In New York Neighborhoods
It is about saving lives by giving safe routes to walkers. By whatever name, traffic calmers--pedestrian advocates, traffic engineers, planners, bicyclists, landscape architects --have begun to use this form of design ... view and you alert their recumbent senses. In this case the object is the forty-foot diameter circle. "People drive fast, real fast here," Mr. Wallwork described the New York City ...
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NPC Online Library: Highway Traffic Noise
Generally, the loudness of traffic noise is increased by heavier traffic volumes, higher ... seen through, can decrease highway traffic noise. A 200-foot width of dense vegetation can reduce noise by 10 decibels, which cuts in half the loudness of traffic noise. It is often impractical ...
nonoise.org




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