I sent an E-mail to the BLM director and received a response from the Price BLM field manager. It seems that the decision was made mostly from the input of the river rangers. It would have been nice if the largest user group in the Deso/Gray river corridor had been given some voice or allowed input into this decision. It's kind of hard for the river community to step up and fix a problem that we didn't even know existed. For me this seems to be not so much a dog issue, as an issue of how the voice of the users of public lands are included in the decision making process. Please continue to send e-mails if you want to have your voice heard on how our public lands are administered.