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WWATS Rendezvous 2014

WWATS RENDEZVOUS 2014 CONGRESS AZ FLYER

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It has been too many years with the same webpage. That is about to change. We have asked our webmaster not to rebuild the old but to build us a new site with all of the latest bells and whistles available. Our biggest problem has been getting all of our old content saved and imported to the new. It is our goal to have your new WWATS website up and running by August 15th.



Welcome to the World Wide Association of Treasure Seekers!


Our Mission Statement:  Preserve, Promote and Protect the right to the use of the Land and Natural Resources for “We the People” now and in the future.

Welcome to World Wide Association of Treasurer Seekers Web site, Better known as WWATS. As the President I would like to Welcome You. WWATS is World Wide and we welcome everyone to join in.
 
The Focus of WWATS is to be an information center, providing special training as necessary to understand our relationships with, and to openly approach, our government agencies, seeking ways our hobby can co-exist within the rules and regulations used to govern public lands today. WWATS shall be a proactive organization, not a reactive one.We are working with many other organizations to keep our treasure seeking rights open to all.

We are in the process of building a new web site more user friendly and a Charter Member site that paid members will have total access to. This Charter Member site will have discounts, special events, treasure sites, WWATS Geocaching with a twist, and more to come for paid members.

So join WWATS today at http://www.ebay.com/itm/Three-Year-Membership-in-the-World-Wide-Association-of-Treasure-Seekers-WWATS-/251272159878   

Wayne Peterson
President World Wide Association of Treasure Seekers
State Director for PLP
GPAA & LDMA Member
Founder of the Rendezvous

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Folks, WWATS up to this point has been more of an Internet Organization to assist other groups with helpful ideas and suggestions to fight problems that arise in our hobbies. Now WWATS has decided to go another positive step further by becoming even more proactive in our fights to save the hobbies we so enjoy from disaster and termination. We still have some re-organizing to do yet, both on our websites and out in the field, but soon you will see WWATS most everywhere you go, even in other countries.

WWATS has decided we need two websites now in order to handle the great influx of information we will be releasing so to keep everyone informed and updated to any news as it happens.

Other groups are aligning with WWATS as we speak here, rock hounds, prospectors, hikers, detectorist and more. This kind of alignment is what is needed to create a force strong enough to be heard and to make a difference. WWATS opens it's doors to any organization, chapter or group that wishes to join, cost is just one dollar a month for a three year membership per person of $36.00. Many privileges go with that membership including discounts on equipment purchases with WWATS affiliated dealers and WWATS Outings, not to mention special areas of our websites for those paying members.

Then to even be more proactive, WWATS will be aligning themselves with other establish organizations that have a legal staff and experience to get our concerns understood and accomplished.
 
Please go to our other website
www.wwats.us and see our recent videos at WWATS Rendezvous in Congress, AZ. where we tried the prospective of a beginner and his take of being introduced to our hobbies for the first time, see the many activities that went on at this outing, and most of all the inspiring words of the vice president of PLP (Public Lands for the People) that has a very experience attorney to help us all save our rights to access public lands and keep that access to enjoy or hobbies in the future. PLP and WWATS are fighting for the same goals, think about becoming a member of both, have your words heard and keep our public lands open for our children!
 
Ask yourself this: "Is It Worth A Dollar A Month To Keep Enjoying Your Hobby!"
 
WWATS will be at the Texas Treasure Show ( LARGEST Treasure Show in America) April 13th and 14th, 2013 at Maude Cobb Convention Center, Longview, Texas. Come join WWATS at our booth and become a part of the future of you hobby! We will also have PLP applications available there.

Thank you much, Keith Wills  

IMPORTANT: HELP IS NEEDED NOW FROM EVERYONE!!!! http://detectingrights.com/louisville-ky-needs-your-support.php

Thanks to our members we now have over 1500 stories or links to stories online , over  750  treasure links , and hundreds of photos ! Of course we can't show all of this stuff on the home page so be sure to explore the site and look at everything. You can see all stories in our Story Archives  Check out our Treasure Links  Don't miss our Photo Albums and Contest Photos  And you can also Search the Entire Site

Important Newsletter Notice: Since we do not send out newsletters via postal mail because of costs involved, our newsletter is only available in e-mail format and on the web site as web pages. This means that if you want to receive our news then we must have your e-mail address entered on your membership form! We will not sell or give your e-mail address to anyone else and it will only be used to send out newsletters or important announcements about legal issues affecting your rights. JOIN WWATS TODAY!


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Public Lands and Waters My sons and I have helped introduce a new bill in the Alabama Senate, SB-81, that will make the current law easier to understand. The public currently has the right to find isolated underwater finds, but some professional archaeologists and their cronies at the Alabama Historical Commission have misled some law enforcement officers into believing that it is illegal to find and keep isolated finds such as an arrowhead, a coke bottle, or a coin. This is not true, but people have been harassed, detained, and their property confiscated on the Tennessee and Alabama Rivers, and in Mobile Bay. Our bill does three things: Deletes (whether or not) from the definition of Cultural Resources   Adds a definition for an artifact where no definition currently exists    Adds the already existing state and federal law numbers to the bill, so that it protects Indian burial grounds and any other cemeteries that are underwater   All historic shipwrecks are currently controlled by the AHC, and we are not trying to change that at all. SB-81 does not increase or decrease any current or future cultural resources that are to be permitted by the Alabama Historical Commission. We just don’t want our law enforcement officers to be used by professional archaeologists to stop divers from legal diving.    Please read SB-81An article was in ...[read more]

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Prospector’s Club of Southern California Newsletter May 2014
Posted by: Webmaster on Monday, July 28, 2014 - 12:55 PM
Treasure Club News

Dear PCSC members,

The May edition of your PCSC Treasure News is attached.

In addition, one important article from Joe Chmiel is added below as a supplement. Enjoy both at your leisure.

Yours 'till peanut butter actually contains some butter!

Cheers,
Steve Karno, Editor.

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TN SUPPLEMENT

Boy Scout Outing Announcement

June is the month for setting aside a Saturday and helping the Scouts with panning up at the East Fork. Placer Pete's Gold Camp is going to be held the weekend of the 28th at Camp Williams on the San Gabriel River. And it is on Saturday the 28th of June that we will help show these kids the process of finding gold from start to finish: Where to dig, how to classify and how to sluice and pan. 7am is a good arrival time and you can stay as little or long as you like. The point is to share some of our knowledge with these Scouts and have fun doing it. You can call Lucky Joe at 562-999-2428 for further details or directions.



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EAST TEXAS GPAA NEWSLETTER JUNE/JULY 2014
Posted by: Webmaster on Monday, July 14, 2014 - 02:57 AM
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EAST TEXAS GPAA NEWSLETTER 2014
(JUNE AND JULY)

THE FOLLOWING IS THE NEWSLETTER I HAD READY TO SEND BEFORE I WENT TO HOSPITAL .

THE GREENVILLE CHAPTER OF THE GPAA MEETS ON THE 3RD SATURDAY OF EVERY MONTH UNLESS CHANGED FOR SPECIAL OCCASIONS. OUR MEETING PLACE IS THE WESTVIEW METHODIST CHURCH AT 6407 SAYLE STREET AT CORNER OF SAYLE AND TERRELL STREET.

COMING FROM DIRECTION OF DALLAS TAKE INTERSTATE 30 EAST TO EXIT 93, TURN LEFT AND GO TO TERRELL STREET AND TURN LEFT AGAIN AT THE WHAT-A-BURGER. GO TO STOP SIGN,CHURCH WILL BE ON LEFT. WE MEET AT 2PM. IF COMING FROM TEXARKANA DIRECTION COME INTERSTATE 30 WEST TO EXIT 93 AND TURN RIGHT TO TERRELL STREET AND TURN LEFT AT WHAT-A -BURGER GO TO STOP SIGN CHURCH ON LEFT.

LETTER FROM THE CHAPTER PRESIDENT

WELL WE HAD A GREAT TIME AT K-RIVER EVEN IF THE RIVER WAS HIGH, WE WERE ABLE TO GET 3 OR 4 PEOPLE TRAINED IN DREDGING WASN’T MUCH GOLD FOUND THOUGH WITH A TOTAL OF FIVE SPECKS THAT I KNOW ABOUT. BUT AT LEAST THEY DO KNOW HOW TO RUN A DREDGE NOW. DINNER WAS SPECTACULER ON SATURDAY NIGHT RON DID A GREAT JOB ON THE BRISKET. I BELIEVE WE FED 38 PEOPLE FROM THE CLUB AND WE INVITED TOM GARRETTT AND HIS WIFE TO EAT ALSO SO 40 PEOPLE IS NOT A BAD TURN OUT.

OUR FUND RAISER WAS WON BY A  CLUB MEMBER .AND BEST OF ALL IT DID NOT RAIN ON US THE WHOLE WEEK-END.
    
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OUR NEXT METTING WILL BE SATURDAY 21ST AT 2PM HOPE EVERYONE CAN MAKE THE MEETING
DON BRISENDINE
PRESIDENT

JULY NEWSLETTER

I’M BACK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

WELL FOR REASONS BEYOND MY CONTROL I DID NOT GET TO SEND OUT THE JUNE NEWSLETTER SO I HAVE PUT IT IN FRONT OF THIS. I ALSO NOTICED THAT I USED BIGGER PRINT ON IT THEN USUAL I MUST HAVE NEEDED  IT AND DIDN’T REALIZE IT. WELL  ANY WAY I AM BACK TO MY OLD SELF AND WILL TRY TO CARRY ON WHERE WE LEFT OFF.

IT WILL BE GREAT TO SEE EVERYONE AGAIN HALF THE SUMMER IS GONE . OUR MEETING WILL BE NEXT SATURDAY AT 2PM . THE 19TH OF JULY. WELL I DON’T HAVE A LOT TO SAY TODAY SO I WILL JUST SAVE IT FOR THE MEETING.  I HOPE EVERYONE’S PAN WILL TURN GOLD.
DON BRISENDINE
PRESIDENT



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Cowtown Treasure Hunters July 2014 Newsletter
Posted by: Webmaster on Sunday, July 13, 2014 - 10:50 AM
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Cowtown Treasure Hunters July 2014 Newsletter

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Midwest Coinshooters Newsletter June 2014
Posted by: Webmaster on Friday, July 11, 2014 - 05:13 AM
Treasure Club News

I will be doing a demonstration on using a digital microscope at the July meeting so if you have a coin or anything you wish to look at under magnification, bring it to the meeting and we can take a look at it. Informal Hunt is at Forest Park on the 20th-meet near Art Hill. Hope to see you at the meeting. As usual, check your membership card to see what month your dues are due-I will send reminder notices each month. If you are past due on dues and do not plan on staying with the club please call me or email me so I can keep our roster up to date.

Roger Horrom
Have a great day

Link: June 2014 Newsletter



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U.S. Forest Service Seeks Comments on Over-Snow Vehicle Proposal
Posted by: Webmaster on Saturday, June 21, 2014 - 07:25 AM
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Subject: U.S. Forest Service Seeks Comments on Over-Snow Vehicle Proposal

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U.S. FOREST SERVICE SEEKS COMMENTS ON OVER-SNOW VEHICLE PROPOSAL

Dear Subscriber:

The U.S. Forest Service today published a Federal Register Notice seeking public comment on a proposal that would help standardize where and when over-snow vehicles, such as snowmobiles, are used on national forests and grasslands.  The public will have 45 days from the date of publication in the Federal Register to comment on the proposed revisions. The Forest Service intends to publish the final rule change by Sept. 9, 2014.

"Over-the-snow access and recreation is an appropriate use of public lands, and we strive to offer a variety of opportunities for that," said U.S. Forest Service Chief Tom Tidwell. "We believe it is essential that the public be engaged in decisions regarding travel management on the forests and grasslands, and we encourage the public to review the proposal and provide comments to help improve the final rule."

Motor vehicle use on national forests and grasslands is governed by the Travel Management Rule which provides for a system of roads, trails and areas that are designated for motor vehicles. Over-snow vehicles-vehicles designed for use over snow and that run on a track and/or a ski or skis-are currently treated differently from other motor vehicles by giving forest and grassland supervisors the discretion to develop a similar system for over-snow vehicles. In 2013, a federal court ruled that this violates Executive Order 11644, "Use of off-road vehicles on public lands." The court ordered that the Forest Service must regulate over-snow use, but does have the discretion to determine where and when over-snow vehicle use can occur on agency lands.   This litigation occurred in the District of Idaho, and has involved snowmobile advocates including the International Snowmobile Manufacturers Association, American Council of Snowmobile Associations, Idaho State Snowmobile Association, and BlueRibbon Coalition.  Those organizations, without the Forest Service, continue to participate in an appeal of the district court decision.

The proposed rule can be viewed at HERE.  For a media account, visit E&E Publishing HERE (if you do not already have a subscription, get a trial subscription first). For more information about today's release from the Forest Service see http://www.fs.fed.us/publications/over-snow-vehicle-faqs.pdf .  

BRC and other organizations affected by this ruling and will be releasing additional information shortly that will assist in commenting on the proposed rule, so stay tuned.

Thanks in advance and, as always, if you have any questions or concerns, please contact BRC.

Ric Foster
Public Lands Department Manager
BlueRibbon Coalition
208-237-1008 ext 107

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The BlueRibbon Coalition (BRC) is a national non-profit organization that champions responsible recreation and encourages a strong conservation ethic and individual stewardship, while providing leadership in efforts to keep outdoor recreation alive and well -- all sports; all trails.  With members in all 50 states, BRC is focused on building enthusiast involvement with organizational efforts through membership, outreach, education and collaboration among recreationists. 1-800-BLUERIB -  www.BlueRibbonCoalition.Org
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As a non-profit, grassroots organization funded primarily by membership dues and donations, we greatly appreciate your support. Visit http://www.sharetrails.org/make-a-difference-now to help fund our efforts to protect your trails!



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