Help Stop the new rdu fence
The RDU Airport Authority (RDUAA) re-submitted their application proposing a chain-linked, barbed wire fence to be built within the forested lands bordering William B. Umstead State Park, crossing Haley’s Branch and wetlands.
Problems include: forest lost, wetlands and streams harmed, water quality impaired, habitat corridor destroyed, historic and aesthetic character of Umstead State Park and the Old Reedy Creek Recreational corridor harmed, “Park” feel destroyed, Park trail access via Old Reed Creek Road severed and more.
The proposal is very similar to their last failed attempt. They left off the Odd Fellows Tract, but it is still listed under the list of properties and they state they plan to come back and ask for the Odd Fellows fence section (shortly). They are attempting to artificially “segment” the project.
reinstating the sunset clause
Ask Governor Cooper to protect our State Park and public lands from a proposed new 400-foot deep rock mine on the Odd Fellows Tract. Ask the Governor to: