Our 2017 Annual Public Meeting was held last Wednesday at the Brick Oven! It was a great success and thanks to ALL who attended! Our meeting featured the following presentations: A review of our mission & beliefs and re-cap of the Gang of 9 Decision. An overview of the state of our public lands, the potential threat to sell them off, and our commitment to keep you informed so that we can have our say in public lands that are most important to us. Reminders of parking quirks at Slate River Winter trailhead, and an overview of Washington Gulch private land, closures, & necessary motorized permit. Unveiled our plans for a mobile app that syncs with your phone’s GPS so you know designated land use areas an closures Overview of our accomplishments and future goals.
Although it’s been a long time since we’ve posted, Share the Slate has been up to a lot of things! We are now an official 505(c)(3) non-profit organization. So, your donations are tax-deductible. Please consider making a donation today! Next week we will be having our annual public meeting at the Brick Oven on Wed. Feb. 22nd from 4 to 6 pm. Our event will include a fundraising raffle, with lots of great stuff from the local Crested Butte community and beyond. We will also be unveiling our Membership options. On top of our fundraising efforts, we will be continuing to educate our community. Focus topics of our event include: Background of who we are and what we’re about What we’ve been working on in the last year – Current projects and status with the Forest Service on Winter Travel Management Highlights on current public lands issues and what’s going on with the current administration Winter trail etiquette Our short-term and long term Goals Future Events – upcoming trailhead awareness days on February 25th and March 4th Updates about our Google Earth site and data collection We hope to see you at the Share the Slate Annual Public Meeting, Wed