Topic: USRC Monthly Meeting
Time: Mar 7, 2022 07:00 PM Central Time (US and Canada)
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An interesting case – beyond this is flood plains – I have paddled across flood plains when flooded myself in wooded areas, but not near anyone’s home. However, growing up we lived on a flood plain, where several acres of our backyard would occasionally flood. I enjoyed seeing people occasionally paddle the creek, but never saw anyone paddle our “backyard.”
I remember paddling through a "backyard" soccer goal (far from the house) upstream of Riverwood a few years back.
I think it's interesting anyone would even consider that owning property on both sides of a river means nobody could pass. I suppose there could be a differentation between navigable or not. And at some point a stream also becomes too small to warrant access. Maybe this isn't an easy question. I sure hope laws on the books limit the scope of a court decision.
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