Do you think the Forest Service should limit filming and photography in wilderness areas?

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Posted 5 years.


  • Robert Peterson - 5 years ago

    No, but I believe a fee and permit should be charged tfor commercia l use.

  • Bev - 5 years ago

    You don't have to leave Montana to see acts of vandalism - and that is what they are: Yellowstone Kelley's grave in Billings, was recently defaced; the Needle in the white cliffs of the Missouri near Fort Benton was destroyed; two Boy Scout Leaders where charged for toppling a balanced rock. Y'all need supervision when you go out into the wilderness so that you don't destroy what must be protected for generations to come.

  • Bev - 5 years ago

    I've been to National Parks where movies were filmed and companies, e.g. Disney at Arches, painted over petroglyphs and pictographs so they would show up better on film. So if you can't trust a company with Disney's reputation, I believe no one should be allowed this type of access without having to pay to have park rangers on duty for the duration of the filming to ensure this type of vandalism doesn't occur.

  • Cliff Jacobsen - 5 years ago

    Seriously? I had to check the calender to make sure this isn't April 1st! Our public lands belong to the American citizens, NOT to the government bureaucrats. I thought I's seen it all.

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