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Who to contact - the Dinosaur National Monument crisis
As most members of the Dinosaur Mailing List are probably aware,
Dinosaur National Monument is in danger of having its paleontology
See these mails for a little more info
Having grown up in Washington, DC, as well as worked on websites for
UNICEF, ACLU, the Wilderness Society, , various branches of Pew
Center, and WWF (that would be World Wildlife Federation, not the
wrestling ;) ), I've learned that the best way to make yourself
noticed is to bug as many people in a reasonable manner as possible.
Since DNM straddles two states, we should not just bug one Utah state
senator and the head of the NPS - there are a whole lot of government
officials who would just _love_ to hear from us. ;)
In that vein, I've collected a list of people you can contact via
e-mail and/or snail-mail - you can see the page at
http://www.charweb.com/dnm/ . Additionally, there's an excerpt from
the Position Management Plan that discusses the plans for the two
paleontology positions at the park.
If anyone is interested in writing a generic letter people can send,
I'd be happy to post it so people can cut-and-paste e-mails. I'm
admittedly a little out of the paleo-loop here, so I don't know if I
can put it as well as some other list members.
Hope this helps
Falls Church, VA
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