Private Property May Become Preserved

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    That's such a scam. I live in Arkansas, the Natural State, and it's not the Natural State because we have restrictive property laws. It's the Natural State because the state and federal governments bought a bunch of land to turn into natural preserves, such as the Ozark National Forest, the Buffalo National River, Devil's Den State Park, and Petit Jean State Park. Ya hear that you envirowackos in Washington? The government frickin' bought the land instead of stealing it. They were even nice enough to leave the Boy Scouts in full ownership of some parcels of the land as long as they followed the rules of the rest of the forest (e.g. Camp Orr in Ozark National Forest has to follow a few additional fire safety rules, doesn't use firearms except for one muzzle-loader, and leaves most of the wildlife completely alone to comply with National Forest Service regulations).
     
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    nice end run around eminent domain.
     
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    This isn't about the environment. It is abou those that live in the sprawl of Seattle wanting to have someting pretty to look at. They have destroyed the metro area and are now trying to "preserve" something for them.

    Let them buy it then.
     

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