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Dear OHV Enthusiast,
Effective OHV advocacy requires us to be substantively engaged in stakeholder groups, on-site projects, volunteerism, trail ethics, politics, legal, and the administrative process.
As you know, I am a contractor to the BlueRibbon Coalition and have served as their Western Representative for over 19 years. In that capacity, I have had lead roles on behalf of the organization on critical access issues such as the Clinton-Gore Roadless Initiative, the Sierra Nevada Framework, and their related legal and administrative challenges.
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The OHV community has come a long way in the last 23 -26 years. As a user group, OHV has matured to become a respected and valued member in the land-use debate. That has not always been the case.
In the late 1980s and early 1990s, OHV often was given a secondary position at the discussion table behind both resource and environmental interests. Many industry and conservation groups were established in the 1800s and had cultivated long-standing relationships with politicians and agency leaders.
10 Rules of Trail Etiquette
Here are my top 10 rules of etiquette for four wheeling and camping. Read this list carefully. Are any of these unfamiliar to you? Do you need to brush up on any principles?
The California Assembly recently passed a ban on traditional ammunition containing lead that may result in a complete ban on all hunting ammunition.
Assembly Bill 711, which would outlaw the use of lead for hunting in California, passed the State Assembly on May 22nd by a vote of 44-21. In a twist that presents a threat to all hunting, passage of AB 771 by the California Senate could stop all hunting with rifles as the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF) may consider alternative rifle ammunition as “cop killer bullets” triggering a ban on those as well.