FOOP publishes letter in Windsor Star

 The unauthorized use of trails in Black Oak Heritage Park causes extensive damage to the rare habitats and species within the park. (Photo: NICK BRANCACCIO/Windsor Star)

The unauthorized use of trails in Black Oak Heritage Park causes extensive damage to the rare habitats and species within the park. (Photo: NICK BRANCACCIO/Windsor Star)

The Friends of Ojibway Prairie has penned a letter to the Windsor Star highlighting the need to protect the exceptionally rare habitats and species at Black Oak Heritage Park.

FOOP President Bill Roesel writes, "There clearly is a need for a quality mountain bike venue in the region. It just can’t occur where it impacts species at risk and their habitats protected under existing legislation."

Click here to read the full letter.