Big Cypress National Preserve Facing Lawsuit Over Off-Road Vehicle Networks

Repanshek, Kurt
February 2013
National Parks Traveler;2/6/2013, p1
The article informs that a lawsuit has been filed against the officials of the U.S. National Park Service related to off-road vehicle access in Big Cypress National Preserve in Florida. It informs that the Park Service is being blamed for its decisions concerning off-road vehicle access in landscapes considered to be important to plant and animal species listed as threatened or endangered. A federal court said that the Park Service acted without providing reasons for reopening more than 22 miles of off-road vehicle trails.


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