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Tracking Federal Legislation

With the convening of the 115th Congress, many bills are being introduced that have an impact on motorized recreation and outdoor activities.  Select legislation is being tracked and updates provided on OutdoorWire.   NOTE: this is only selected Federal legislation.  For a comprehensive list of all...

What does the term mean?

Land use efforts come with many strange terms.  If you are faced with a bureaucratic term and no definition, check my MUIRNet Glossary at the below link......

October edition of UFWDA eNews released

Welcome to the monthly UFWDA 4x4 news update. Headlines Sand Lick Road Update Bantam Jeep Heritage Festival Coral Pink Sand Dunes Minnesota Hunting Season OHV Restrictions 8 Stunning Fall Drives through a National Forest SnoFari January 24 / 25 2014 Toys for Tots WOHVA Up...

Federal Land Closures: Political Theatre at its Worst

USSA Calls on President Obama to Take Action (Oct 8, 2013) - The issue facing sportsmen has gained national attention.  Since that time, the USSA has been interviewed by Washington D.C.’s ‘The Hill’ newspaper, Louisiana’s WWL radio station, and numerous other newspaper outlets. To summarize, th...

Hunters are OHV users too...

With hunting season in full swing in many western states, Quiet Warrior Racing believes is it important for that user group to understand that OHV rules and regulations apply to the sporting use of motorized vehicles on public lands. Read more on the Quiet Warrior Racing blog:...

USFWS Suspends Operations Due to Federal Government Lapse in Appropriations

Because of the shutdown of the federal government caused by the lapse in appropriations, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service will suspend most programs and operations, including public access to all National Wildlife Refuges and all activities on refuge lands including hunting and fishing.“Closing of...

Government Shutdown Impact Public Access

Arizona Game and Fish offices and properties will be open during federal government shutdown Sept. 30, 2013 The Arizona Game and Fish Department has been receiving inquiries from constituents asking how the impending federal government shutdown will affect department properties, as well as how...

Area Army Corps Projects Will Temporarily Continue if Government Shuts Down

SACRAMENTO, CA – If Congress does not pass a funding bill to continue federal government operations, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Sacramento District projects and recreation parks will temporarily continue to operate using remaining prior year funding. The Corps is unique among federal agencies in ...

Debut of The Grind Waterfowl TV on the Pursuit Channel

"The Grind" is a documentary style hunting show that showcases a different topic in the traditional sport of waterfowl hunting. Waterfowl hunting roots dig deep into our rich American heritage. Each week on "The Grind" we will explore different specifics in the art of waterfowling that is so meaning...

Low-Copper Legislation is Changing Brake Components

Copper has traditionally been a friction modifier used in conventional ceramic friction formulations. Beginning January 1, 2014 in California and January 2015 in Washington state, copper and other hazardous substances must be phased out of OEM and replacement brake pads and shoes. By 2021, copper mu...

House approves new rules for ORVs

LANSING (Sept 12, 2013) — A bill that would allow off-road vehicles to drive on some city streets and the shoulders of some roads in all 83 counties is on its way to Gov. Rick Snyder after the state House voted overwhelmingly Thursday to approve the legislation. Currently, only eight countie...

Comment period extended for proposals affecting Arizona’s Mexican wolf population

PHOENIX (Sep 6, 2013) — The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service) announced a 45-day extension to the comment period for both the proposed revision to the Mexican wolf’s 10(j) nonessential experimental population rule and the proposed rule to delist gray wolves in the U.S. with an accompanying pr...


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