Our Comments on the Bike Skills Course Proposal
Recently, a proposal was made to use the old city dump site as a location for a mountain bike skills course. You can read about the project on the Anacortes Parks and Recreation Department website here: https://www.cityofanacortes.org/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=478
and read the official statement from Friends of the Forest here: https://www.friendsoftheacfl.org/…/our-comments-on-the-bike…
We are committed to the continued health of the ACFL through the balance of preservation, conservation, and recreation. We welcome any and all feedback, comments, or questions you may have.
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About the friends
The Friends of the Forest is a non-profit citizens organization dedicated to the preservation of the ACFL through education, outreach, and stewardship. We first formed in 1987 to “preserve, protect, and enjoy” our community forest. Our group was instrumental in the successful effort to halt revenue logging in the ACFL, and essential to the creation and promotion of a system to provide long term legal preservation of the forest. We welcome all who share in our mission.