The removal of ranger Alex Sienkiewicz and public access to Forest Service trails Edit

Alex Sienkiewicz, a ranger of the Livingston District of the United States Forest Service, was well known for his efforts to preserve public access in the Crazy Mountains. In June, he was reassigned from his position and slated for review. Rancher, photographer, conservationist (and bon vivant) Tim Crawford calls this a travesty and links the incident to broader political changes, including recent efforts to defund maintenance of public lands.


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