Originally Posted by Adam Schneider
I'm hoping for wooded holes, but I think it's going to be all about environmental politics. It's mostly hardwood deciduous forest down there, with VERY heavy undergrowth consisting mainly of small trees. If it turns out that a lot of that stuff is invasive or problematic species, we're in good shape; if we have to work with only the paths that are already there, it'll be very limited.
By the way, she mentioned that there may the possibility of having some holes that are year-round, with an expanded area that's closed during the swampier months.
Just came across this topic from what started on ODSA, glad to hear there was some progress and you were able to talk someone directly involved in the project as far as utilizing the space goes.
Even just 9 permanent holes with another 9 open when during the dry months would be fine by me. Obviously the more open year round, the better.
I don't have any hukking children, but I will certainly show up to whatever meetings are held and participate in any way I can in order to put this course in my backyard.
I am envisioning the impact to the environment being a major sticking point.