Ken Krehbiel is a photographer who does most of his work in bed – asleep. His cameras are often miles away, unnoticed, except by a curious bear or a passing mountain lion. His subjects are usually unaware that their pictures are being taken.
This far-ranging plan was initiated five years ago to enhance forest health and wildlife habitat, protect public safety, improve trails and roads, and provide outdoor education. Exactly how that translates to action is the hard call WRNF Supervisor Scott Fitzwilliams is weighing.
The advocacy group is urging the Forest Service to close the illegal mountain bike trail called the Balcony Trail, revise its logging plans, reduce the impacts of helicopter use, and re-think road and trail construction.