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Brian Brademeyer

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Friends of the Norbeck

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Black Hills Regional Office


Affiliations

Defenders of the Black Hills

Treasurer


Rapid City Journal

Treasurer


Native Ecosystems Council

Treasurer


Radical Designs

Treasurer


Sierra Club

Board Member


SUSPS

Board Member


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www.aberdeennews.com

Brian Brademeyer agreed to pay a $475 fine, plus a $25 processing fee, according to a story published Saturday in The Rapid City Journal (http://bit.ly/JeAdOv ). The maximum penalty for the petty offense was $5,000 and six months in jail.
Read the Farm Forum classifieds updated daily. >> The federal charge alleged that Brademeyer illegally marked 23 trees in the Norbeck Wildlife Preserve near his home so they would be cut in a timber project there. Brademeyer, who works with Friends of Norbeck, an environmental group dedicated to protecting the Norbeck Wildlife Preserve, admitted marking the trees so they would be cut rather than saved. He called it "stupid but not criminal."


news.forestcouncil.org [cached]

In November, Brian Brademeyer, a spokesman for Friends of the Norbeck who lives in the preserve, told the Rapid City Journal there is no evidence that "excessive logging" allowed by the Forest Service has any environmental benefits.
Once pine beetle infestations reach epidemic levels, he said, little can be done.


www.defendblackhills.org [cached]

Brian D. Brademeyer
My Voice Brian D. Brademeyer, 61, of Rapid City is the executive director of Friends of the Norbeck and the Black Hills regional director of the Native Ecosystems Council.


www.defendblackhills.org

Brian D. Brademeyer
My Voice Brian D. Brademeyer, 61, of Rapid City is the executive director of Friends of the Norbeck and the Black Hills regional director of the Native Ecosystems Council.


www.defendblackhills.org [cached]

Brian Brademeyer, Native Ecosystems Council, Treasurer


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