Juneau, Alaska (KINY) - The public will have a chance to learn more about the Alaska specific Roadless Rule during a community potluck hosted by the Southeast Alaska Conservation Council this weekend.
Bryn Fluharty is the communications and online coordinator for SEACC. She said on Action Line that their board of directors will be in town and would like to see local supporters. The directors and staff will be available to answer questions and instruct people on how they can submit comment on the matter to the Forest Service. The message will be SEACC's desire to keep the current Roadless Rule in effect on the Tongass National Forest.
The potluck is scheduled from 6 to 9 p.m. Saturday at McPhetres Hall in the Holy Trinity Church at 415 4th Street.