That is partly why I have developed the seminar series.
The PLOM was a good initial start at laying down a framework in a practical format.
The next version is going to have more. Carla has been sidetracked with the recent Bluewater Network lawsuit. The UFWDA reorganization has kept us both occupied. And, there have been a lot of other emerging distractions that take time away from the PLOM revison.http://www.muirnet.net/NoteTaker/MUIRNet-Articles.ntweb/?3
is a good "primmer" on NEPA.http://www.muirnet.net/NoteTaker/UFWDA.ntweb/?49
has the attendee notes from my seminar series.
I have a FOIA presentation in the works. I have a "Trail Erosion" presentation in the works. It uses part of one develped by Doug Barr for the Rubicon Trail Foundation. I am pulling in some examples of erosion issues from other than the Rubicon region.
Carla and I are always on the look out for people with specfic skillls: paralegal, lawyers, biologists, etc.
Our effort is to raise the knowledge level of members about the legislative and legal issues having an impact on recreation.
I have a seminar this week end for the NEA4WDC. I just gave a presentation to a meeting of different hunter groups in southern Cal about 2 weeks ago.
UFWDA will be hosting its United Land Use Conference at the Annual General Meeting in Grand Junction this summer. I am working on the agenda for that.
There is a "steep" learning curve and we are trying to develop the material to help overcome it. Our desire is to create webinars and podcasts of the material. Those are an effort to provide the information in a fashion that is used by many people: the internet.