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October 7th, 2008, 08:13 PM
September 17th, 2008
A card-carrying member of the enviro freaks.
The park belongs to all of the tax payers of Beaverton and there are many who use the park for other reasons other than disc golf. We need to respect that. Not one person owns the park regardless of how many miles they ran those trails to how many drives have been tossed from the tee pads.
And on a side note:
As an "environmental freak" who teaches environmental science AND plays A LOT of disc golf, all park users need to strike a balance with the needs of the ecosystem and how we use the land. If we abuse it, we lose it. It's called conservation and this idea goes back to Teddy Roosevelt. The land is there for us to use but at the same time, we need to maintain it for future use. If a change in the course might harm the ecosystem you should care because it's all interconnected.
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