Tomorrow is the last day to comment on proposed Ozark Waterways changes

ozark_scenic_waterwaysTomorrow is the last day to submit comments regarding proposed changes to the Ozark Scenic Waterways. Several changes have been proposed most of them involve limiting access to Missouri’s Ozark waterways.

InĀ  2013 National Park Service officials went so far as require churches to obtain a special use permit to baptize members.

The proposed changes have been closely linked to the United Nations “Agenda 21” plan in an attempt to exercise world control over Missouri’s waterways.

“The Ozark National Scenic Riverways covers 134 miles of rivers, including the Jacks Fork and Current Rivers. It is the first national park area created to protect a river system and receives about 1.5 million visitors a year.”

Comments can be submitted by CLICKING ON THIS LINK readers who are opposed to seeing United Nations control over Ozark waterways are encouraged to support the No Change Alternative Plan.

 

 

 

 

 

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