New development is taking place high in the Crazies! The Crow Tribe has concerns about this development on sacred lands.
Apparently, a hiker took some pictures of a new cabin being built on the shores of Twin Lakes. This 8000-foot location is at the headwaters of Big Timber Creek.
Private landowners shuttled in material using a helicopter. Even a small backhoe is on the site. Private landowners can work their land, but development puts a “wilderness classification”, and greater protections at risk.
It seems that a lot of crazy things are going on in the Crazy Range. New landowners are privatizing vast areas, posting their land, and blocking any access or public usage in their kingdoms.
The Crazy Range is considered sacred, and the tribe is asking for Federal or state support.
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