Greetings fellow North Americans, I'm doing a report on this issue for a Environmental politics and policies class. I'm interested in this issue because ADV TOURING MC like forest roads!! Well, mainly for the balance of economy development and Conservation. Plus, the inland passage is big time. I would really appreciate any boots on the ground intel so I can better understand the stake holders and policy actors. The US Forest Service are to roll back the Roadless Area Conservation Rule. In August of 2018, they announced a Alaska specific version of the Roadless Rule. Without posting your strong political opinion, please help me understand the points of view of the local stakeholders. Counties: Juneau; Ketchikan Gateway; Prince of Wales-Outer; Sitka; Wrangell-Petersburg; Yakutat Thanks for reading.