Forest Order Restricting the Possession and Consumption of Alcohol in Developed Recreation Areas
A forest order is proposed to meet the goal of public safety and health as related to consumption of alcoholic beverages within select developed recreation areas contained within National Forests in Alabama.
Locations include all National Forest System lands within the administrative boundaries for Conecuh, Oakmulgee, Bankhead, Talladega, Shoal Creek and Tuskegee Ranger Districts.
District: National Forests in Alabama All Units
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