Originally Posted by mr. compassionate
Lmyers great video! Can you explain what that designation means as far as bureaucratic redtape/fees and such?
Fees, regulations and administration will all remain the same. No new positions will be created when/if Browns becomes a National Monument/Wilderness. The lower elevations will still be managed by AHRA/CPW, mid elevations will remain under BLM control and the higher elevations will continue to be managed by San Isabel National Forest.
AHRA management has assured me they have no intention of implementing a permit system for private boaters. There is wording in the management plan that would possibly allow that to happen if use significantly increased, but the citizens task force reps are working on a recommendation for changes to the language in the management document.