Tuesday, January 23, 2018

Public Access to Our Crazy Mountains Survey

Public Access to Our Crazy Mountains Survey

Historical and current public user information is very important to protect, and at times, fight to legalize historical prescriptive access to our public lands.

There is a public access battle raging in the Crazy Mountains and we need to hear from you!

EMWH has been engaged in gathering on the ground research, documentation, and public advocacy involving the Crazy Mountains; working with other partners that are also fighting and share the public access vision for the Crazies; like Public Lands/Water Access Association, MT Backcountry Hunters & Anglers and a local group - Friends of the Crazy Mountains. In the late Fall, we decided to gather current and historical user data.

Another way Montana Backcountry Hunters & Anglers is contributing to this fight is by hosting an in depth survey page for the public to fill out and submit documentation, to aid in our public access battle for the Crazy Mountains.

Have you or your family ever ventured into the Crazy Mountains? Use the form link below to let us know which trail(s) you used, what access point(s), when, and why. This information will help us prove certain trail(s) / road(s) have been used historically and regularly, meeting the criteria for public prescriptive easements, and that the public should continue to be granted safe, secure, and legal public access.
This information will remain secure and private unless we have your clear consent.

Click for the BHA Crazy Mountain Survey page


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