Umm...I might be wrong but the article is about Wharton. The map that is included looks more like the entire southern half of the state. Might be misleading a bit....againWe got another map by guess who?
Umm...I might be wrong but the article is about Wharton. The map that is included looks more like the entire southern half of the state. Might be misleading a bit....again
Well they haven't really explained what the markers represent. I don't doubt there's damage at those locations, I see (and hear) ORV's all the time down here and have no problem with the Pinelands Commission studying the issue and working on a plan.
I don't either but there has been not been a PLC study done outside of Wharton yet. The problem is in the article itself. The image provided is misleading to title of the article which is
Pinelands Commission Releases Damage Report for Wharton State Forest.[/]
So it is just more inaccurate propaganda to mislead. The 'mudders' already know the spots or there wouldn't be any issues
You have thousands of people from the tristate area looking at the Pinelands as the place to go to do this stuff.
The real study is posted on the home page of the Pinelands Commission. Apparently they are not afraid and aren't withholding information
http://www.nj.gov/pinelands/home/presentations/10 14 2016 Wharton Disturbed Sites slides.pdf
Good info that will hopefully be shared with law enforcement to concentrate on areas.