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We feel that some articles and information are so important that they should always be accessible. We've listed them below and hope that everyone will read them.

Tellico ORV Area Under Attack

MOAB Under Attack!

US Forest Service Abusing programs and we're losing land use!

Editorial Article about the misuse of Recreation Site Facility Master Planning (RSFMP) program

National Forests Could See Large Closures - enough said!

California OHV Funding At Risk!

Informative Article About The US Government and the Recreation Site Facility Master Plan (RSFMP) program. - a must read!

November 20, 2007
MOAB Travel Plan Comment Period Deadline is November 30th!
There are exactly 10 days left to comment on the Moab Travel Plan! Get involved and make your voices heard. We have been told through various sources that there will be no extension of the comment period for this plan. to read this alert and begin today to write your comment letter. The environmentalists are out in full force on this one.

These jackals are trying to take the majority of this wheeling Mecca away from us! The plan that is adopted will be a far-reaching set of regulations that will profoundly affect this area for off-roaders for decades. The BLM is asking for public comment on the four alternatives until Nov. 30, and they say they are encouraging all offroaders to study it and voice their opinions.

They' have actually drawn up 4 different proposals for the appearance sake of supposedly being fair and reasonable to all involved. Well, let me tell you that just isn't the case!

The alternatives are:

  • Alternative A:- Keeps the OHV trail system the same. 5,062 acres closed to motorized vehicles, 1,196,920 acres with limited motorized access, 4,673 miles of designated trails, and 620,212 acres with open motorized travel.
  • Alternative B: 347,424 acres closed to motorized vehicles, 1,475,074 acres with limited motorized access, 2,144 miles of designated trails, and 0 acres with open motorized travel.
  • Alternative C: 339,928 acres closed to motorized vehicles, 1,481,334 acres with limited motorized access, 2,519 miles of designated trails, and 1,866 acres with open motorized travel.
  • Alternative D: 57,351 acres closed to motorized vehicles, 1,762,083 acres with limited motorized access, 2,671 miles of designated trails, and 3,064 acres with open motorized travel.

The US Forest Service is proposing Alternative C where we will lose over 2,100 miles of designated trails and 618,000 acres of open motorized use! None of the three new proposals seem reasonable to us! Its ridiculous. You can't let us keep all of the designated trails when you are virtually taking all open motorized areas? You can read the full screw-job, I mean MOAB travel management plan here.

You can send your comments concerning your outrage over the proposed changes by snail mail to :

BLM Moab Field Office
82 East Dogwood
Moab, UT 84532

or call 435-259-2100.

or Submit Your Comments Electronically

Please send your comments and get involved so we can save as much of this historical wheeling place as possible!

September 25, 2007
MOAB Next For Trail Closures!

The BLM has worked up a new travel management plan for MOAB. They' have actually drawn up 4 different proposals for the appearance sake of supposedly being fair and reasonable to all involved. Well, let me tell you that just isn't the case! These jackals are trying to take the majority of this wheeling Mecca away from us! The plan that is adopted will be a far-reaching set of regulations that will profoundly affect this area for off-roaders for decades. The BLM is asking for public comment on the four alternatives until Nov. 30, and they say they are encouraging all offroaders to study it and voice their opinions.

The alternatives are:

  • Alternative A:- Keeps the OHV trail system the same. 5,062 acres closed to motorized vehicles, 1,196,920 acres with limited motorized access, 4,673 miles of designated trails, and 620,212 acres with open motorized travel.
  • Alternative B: 347,424 acres closed to motorized vehicles, 1,475,074 acres with limited motorized access, 2,144 miles of designated trails, and 0 acres with open motorized travel.
  • Alternative C: 339,928 acres closed to motorized vehicles, 1,481,334 acres with limited motorized access, 2,519 miles of designated trails, and 1,866 acres with open motorized travel.
  • Alternative D: 57,351 acres closed to motorized vehicles, 1,762,083 acres with limited motorized access, 2,671 miles of designated trails, and 3,064 acres with open motorized travel.

The US Forest Service is proposing Alternative C where we will lose over 2,100 miles of designated trails and 618,000 acres of open motorized use! None of the three new proposals seem reasonable to us! Its ridiculous. You can't let us keep all of the designated trails when you are virtually taking all open motorized areas? You can read the full screw-job, I mean MOAB travel management plan here.

You can send your comments concerning your outrage over the proposed changes by snail mail to :

BLM Moab Field Office
82 East Dogwood
Moab, UT 84532

or call 435-259-2100.

or Submit Your Comments Electronically

Please send your comments and get involved so we can save as much of this historical wheeling place as possible!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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