Locals have through early July to object to a proposed plan to treat and/or decommission about 30 miles of roadway in the Olympic National Forest in an effort to cut costs, preserve watershed and save endangered butterflies. Here, hikers and backpackers propose to U.S. Forest Service staff in August last year at the Dungeness River Audubon Center to keep existing trails open to vehicles to keep day hikes at a reasonable distance. Sequim Gazette file photo by Matthew Nash

Locals have through early July to object to a proposed plan to treat and/or decommission about 30 miles of roadway in the Olympic National Forest in an effort to cut costs, preserve watershed and save endangered butterflies. Here, hikers and backpackers propose to U.S. Forest Service staff in August last year at the Dungeness River Audubon Center to keep existing trails open to vehicles to keep day hikes at a reasonable distance. Sequim Gazette file photo by Matthew Nash

Forest Service issues plan for 30 miles of roads in Olympic National Forest

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