IMPORTANT: sucker comments due tomorrow feb 6.

Friends,

Attached are my comments on proposed sucker critical habitat. At the public meeting we were told the designation would not affect us. However, if you read the proposed critical habitat, it not only designated most of our water, it talks about displacing resource users, mandating lake levels and stream flows… targeting logging, agriculture, grazing, sediment! IF they were to mandate that much water for the hundreds of thousands of suckers, there would be nothing left. Check out those who sued to enforce the habitat.
I hope you will write something, even if it’s short.  I spent hours on writing comments and the ‘submit’ button didn’t work. I have until tomorrow to hopefully get it to work since they do not accept email. Let me know if you can make the ‘submit’ button work
See attached comments. Below is the press release:
Revised Critical Habitat Proposed for Lost River and Shortnose Suckers,“The proposal includes two critical habitat units totaling 241,438 acres and 274 stream miles in southern Oregon and northern California.” Meeting Jan 19. Comments due Feb. 6
HERE is where to find the document 
An interesting read of KWUA comments on the draft recovery plan: f  They feel the KBRA folks want to participate in that! Those NGO’s are in the coalitions to mandate the removal of resource users.

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