The Recreation HQ looks forward to working with OHV volunteers at the Sept. 20 volunteer workday at the Stonyford OHV Area.
The FS OHV program manager sends this invitation to interested parties. Let’s have a great turnout in preparation for the 2014-2015 riding season on the Mendocino.
Volunteers and certified Chainsaw Operators, we need your help at our next volunteer event on Sept 20th. We will be checking trails, removing hazards & repairing trail braiding for this year’s Enduro season. We will meet at the Fouts maintenance yard at 10am. 9/20/2014
Plan on being out on the trails all day returning around 3pm.
What to Bring:
• Bikes, side x sides, ATV’s, 4x4, etc.
• Certified saw operators can bring their chainsaws and safety gear
Don’t forget your 15 Essentials for trail riding;
• Multi tool(s)
• Backpack w/hydration systems (water)
• food (Lunch)
• Tow rope or tie down
• tire repair kit
• First Aid Kit
• Matches or a lighter
• Map (will be provided)
• cell phone
• camera (go pro)
• zip ties
• sun screen,
• hand saw
• safety gear (gloves, helmet, goggles, boots, chaps, hard hats, ear protection, etc..) if you do not have safety gear we should be able to accommodate you.
Hope to see you here!!
Off Highway Vehicle Program Manager
Mendocino National Forest
Grindstone Ranger District
5171 Stonyford-Elk Creek Rd
Stonyford, CA 95979
Office (530) 963-1327
Cell (408) 449-2171
The HQ wants to thank all of the volunteers who continue to help with the post-Mill Fire trail rehab.
Original author: Don Amador