The U.S. Forest Service has opened public comments on a revised forest plan that could directly affect aviators’ access to Helena-Lewis and Clark National Forest, an area stretching 150 miles north to south, and 200 miles east to west, including much of Montana’s Continental Divide. AOPA asked members to write in and comment on the plan to ensure unfettered access to the region’s natural wonders, which include 9,000-foot-tall mountain peaks, prairie grasslands, glaciers, lakes, and abundant wildlife. …read more

Via:: AOPA



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