I think all of us would like to work with the PPA and other orgs like the NJCF to find a long term solution to the problem that everyone can live with. I think there's some good ideas coming out of the stakeholder meetings. Time will tell.
I think the bigger question is: will the powers that be with in the PPA be willing to work with us and be willing to except all respectful forest users, even if not everyone fits into their preservation model? From the beginning, just about everyone on "our side" has seemed focused on identifying the true threats to the forest and looking for solutions to them. Meanwhile, the groups, more like the singular group - PPA, that support the closures have tried to vilify us and present a very misleading case for the MAP.