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Vermont Study Affirms Short-term Protections for Champion Leaseholders but Rejects Perpetual Protection for the Camp Culture
- Vermont leaseholders would receive only a modestly better deal than their counterparts on NY's Champion lands. The only real option they recommend is the continuance of "life plus 20-years" - By Carol W. LaGrasse, 2002.
"Victory: Old Mountain Road Opened to Motor Vehicles"
- By James McCulley, President, Lake Placid Snowmobile Club, Lake Placid, N.Y., Thirteenth Annual National Conference on Private Property Rights (PRFA, Lake George, N.Y., October 17, 2009)
Jim McCulley's first-hand account of his successful battle to restore motorized use to Old Mountain Road between Keene and Lake Placid brings the entire history to life. This is the first time DEC has been forced in court, both in the Essex County Supreme Court and in the DEC Administrative Court, to open up a town road that the agency tried to close.
A View Through the Grand Delusion
- Speech by James Bovard from Proceedings of the Fourth Annual New York Conference on Private Property Rights (PRFA, 1999).
"A Voice for Forest Landowners in Washington—Protecting Productive Private Property"
- By Scott Jones, Executive Vice President, Forest Landowners Association, Atlanta, Ga.; Speech to the Eighth Annual Conference on Private Property Rights (PRFA, Albany, N.Y. October 23, 2004)
By partnering with organizations like the Forest Landowners Association, we can educate Congress about private property rights. Working together, we stopped regulations like TDML, which would have hurt forest management. We can eliminate the "death tax" and make incremental changes to the Endangered Species Act.

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