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PROPERTY RIGHTS FOUNDATION OF AMERICA, INC.
P. O. Box 75
Stony Creek, NY 12878
(518) 696-5748
www.prfamerica.org

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

CONTACT:
Carol W. LaGrasse - (518) 696-5748
lagrasse@prfamerica.org

Continuing the Campaign to Save Hunting Camps: PRFA Will Exhibit at the NEACA Arms Fair at Saratoga City Center on August 28 & 29, 2010

Join the men and women having a great time at the NEACA Arms Fair and Militaria Expositions. The Property Rights Foundation of America will be exhibiting again at the NEACA fair at the Saratoga City Center on Friday and Saturday August 28 (9 am - 5 pm) and 29 (9 am - 3 pm). Come see our exhibit on saving the hunting camps in the Adirondack forest and on the battle with the DEC to maintain access to the land for hunters, snowmobilers, and all sportsmen and women.

In addition, members will have a special preview on Friday, August 27 from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. (Membership in NEACA is $50.00 for twelve months and gives free admission to all events.)

The day’s admission is $8.00, senior citizen $7.00, under 14 free with adult. PRFA’s display features original photos and publications about the threat that land acquisition poses to hunting access and the existence of hunting camps on leases in the historic Adirondack timberlands and the practical effort we are making to counter the threat.

Available for the first time to the public will be PRFA’s new publication GRASSROOTS SPEAKERS documenting efforts to defy state acquisition of land, take back roads from the forest preserve and open up land to disables people, plus the original reasons presented to the New York State Legislature for the creation of the Adirondack Park and the purposeful depopulation of the Adirondacks perpetrated by the Adirondack Park Agency to fulfill the Champlain-Adirondack Biosphere Reserve.

We’ll also be distributing copies of our popular “Winter 2010” issue of the New York Property Rights Clearinghouse with the cover story on how 220 hunting camps on the conservation easement lands of the former Champion International tracts in Franklin, St. Lawrence and Lewis Counties are being saved ten years after our lawsuit set off a campaign to protect the Champion camps that the state had doomed. Everyone who comes to our display will receive a free sample of our popular new full-color postcard, Welcome to the Adirondack Park.

The Property Rights Foundation is a not-for-profit, voluntary, educational organization dedicated to preserving private property rights and the American tradition of private land ownership. The Foundation is based in Stony Creek (518-696-5748), www.prfamerica.org. The new outreach efforts are possible with a generous grant from Great Circle Foundation, East Northport, which is dedicated to supporting the work of grassroots organizations based in the local community.

The New Eastcoast Arms Collectors Associates, NEACA, is a membership organization based in Mechanicville, known for its arms fairs (518-664-9743). www.NEACA.com. The Arms Fair features “Quality Investment Firearms, New, Used & Antique…Knives, Swords and Vintage Military Collectibles.” The show includes “buy, sell, and trade.” One of the neat features of the NEACA shows is bringing unique possessions to sell or barter, whether or not a person has a table.

Location: Saratoga City Center, 522 Broadway, Saratoga Springs. Directions: Adirondack Northway, Rt. 87 to Exit 15, West on Rt. 50 to City Center on left (Broadway). Info 518-584-0027

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