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Letter: Salt Flats camping

In Utah, we have a lot of land. It is known as public land. A lot of it is desert and the Salt Flats. The few square miles that remain are the reason we enjoy living in Utah. Open BLM lands and national forests make this state a good place to live and raise families.

We know the state Legislature is not after the west desert; the goal is to divide up and sell the choice forested land so that it can be fenced up and locked up so that if you want to enjoy the outdoors, you can pay a fee to the landowner (if he is willing to lease it) or do your hunting and camping on the Salt Flats.

David Adamson

American Fork