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    Yellowstone Opened to Limited Snowmobile Access With Non-commercially Guided Access
    Dear Action Alert Subscribers,
    On December 15, 2014 the gates opened to another season of snowmobile access to Yellowstone National Park. However, recent warm weather and limited snowfall resulted in very little snowpack on many of the park's interior roads. Until appreciable snowfall is received and conditions on the park's packed, groomed roads improves, snowmobile access to the Park will be limited (see Park Service News release).
    Remember during the 2014/2015 Winter Season, the Park will operate under the newly approved Winter Use Plan. This plan uses the concept of "transportation events" to manage winter access by snowmobile and snowcoaches. The following will take place: up to 110 "transportation events" daily, initially defined as one snowcoach or a group of up to 10 snowmobiles, averaging seven snowmobiles per group per season. Up to 50 transportation events may be groups of snowmobiles. The balance of 60 events would be snowcoaches.

    Management by transportation events is an impact-centric approach designed to minimize the impact of oversnow vehicles (OSVs) on air quality, soundscapes, and wildlife rather than focusing solely on the number of vehicles allowed in the Park. Under this approach, as many as 500 snowmobiles could be allowed in the Park each day this winter.
    In addition, another important part of the Final Regulation is that four transportation events per day (one per gate) would be reserved for non-commercially guided snowmobile access. Please note: A lottery was held in early October based on requests' entered into the Recreation.gov website during September. This lottery determined initial non-commercially guided access to the Park this winter. Please remember that any dates not allocated by the lottery for non-commercially guided groups were made available in November. Please check the Recreation.gov website for available dates.
    For additional information on Yellowstone and winter access, please visit the BlueRibbon dedicated website of www.saveyellowstonepark.com
    Jack Welch
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    303-489-9477
    The BlueRibbon Coalition (BRC) is a national non-profit organization that champions responsible recreation and encourages a strong conservation ethic and individual stewardship, while providing leadership in efforts to keep outdoor recreation alive and well -- all sports; all trails. With members in all 50 states, BRC is focused on building enthusiast involvement with organizational efforts through membership, outreach, education
    and collaboration among recreationists.
    1-800-BLUERIB - www.BlueRibbonCoalition.Org
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    IMPORTANT NOTICE!
    FROM COLORADO OFF-HIGHWAY COALITION
    The Dolores Ranger District of the San Juan National Forest Seeks Input on a Proposed Travel Plan that Reduces Motorized Access


    While there are routes being opened, these are insufficient to offset losses. Our specific concerns on this plan are: 1. Loss of motorized access to the Winter trail is allegedly based on user conflicts with non-motorized community. We do not believe this is proper as there is a long history of motorized usage on the route and there is a small and vocal opposition to the motorized access to the area. 2. Seasonal closures of routes for wildlife issues should only be in areas where there is winter range for deer and elk. Closure of the entire district will not benefit wildlife as most of the district is not winter range. 3. Loss of motorized access to the Ryman Creek Trail is significant- while we understand maintenance issues in the area, options to maintain motorized access should be explored. 4. We need to vigorously support proposed new motorized trails in the plan to avoid possible loss of these routes.
    More information on this project is available here
    Public meeting on Proposal:
    Thursday , January 15, 2015 from 4-7 pm @ Dolores Community Center
    400 Riverside Avenue, Dolores CO
    How to comment
    Comments via writing
    Derek Padilla, District Ranger
    29211 Highway 184
    Dolores, CO 81323
    Comments via email
    Deadline for Comments:
    January 30, 2015

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    In Your State...
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    To better help ARRA advocate for responsible access, please forward any messages you receive from Members of Congress in response to this or any ARRA alert to webmaster@arra-access.com. Also, if you receive a message encouraging you to use a webform to send a message to a Member of Congress, please copy and paste the letter from the ARRA alert into the webform and send. Thank you.
    Travel Management Proposal in Colorado’s San Juan National Forest Affects OHV Access

    The San Juan National Forest has issued a Proposed Action for the Rico-West Delores road and trail system in southwest Colorado. The Rico-West Delores area includes Forest lands on either side of Highway 145 from north of Dolores, Colorado to Lizardhead pass and includes Lone Cone, Fish Creek, Dunton Road, Bear Creek, Ryman Creek, and Lizardhead areas in Delores and Montezuma Counties. This Proposed Action is a starting point for the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) process, and the Forest is seeking public comment on this proposal.

    This planning area originally had a final travel management decision in 2009. The decision was appealed from both the motorized and non-motorized sides and the original decision was thrown out. In 2011, environmentalists sued the Forest Service to close 14 of the key trails in the area to motorized use. However, the federal judge ruled against the environmentalists in 2013. Thus, the San Juan National Forest has published this Proposed Action as the first step to establishing a new travel management plan for the area. According to the New Mexico OHV Alliance, while the new plan contains improvements over the original 2009 plan, the current proposal still severely impacts the current access enjoyed by OHV enthusiasts, including long seasonal closures limiting use to 9 weeks each summer (July 1 to September 8th). The proposal, while adding some new trails and connectors, would also close some prime trails with a long history of motorcycle enjoyment.

    Comments & Public Meeting
    Comments on the Proposed Action will be accepted until January 30, 2015. It is important that OHV enthusiasts get involved in the designation process by contacting Forest staff. Send commentsonline; by email: dkill@fs.fed.us; or by mail: Derek Padilla, District Ranger, Dolores Ranger District, 29211 Highway 184, Dolores, CO 81323.

    A public meeting will be held on January 15, 2015 from 4 to 7 p.m. at the Dolores Community Center located at 400 Riverside Avenue, Dolores, CO 81323.
    Additional Information
    View Full Text of Proposed Action and Maps

    Project Contact: Deborah Kill; 970-882-6822; dkill@fs.fed.us.
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    CALIFORNIA - BLM Seeks Public Comment on Proposed Action for Rice Canyon OHV Open Area
    Dear BRC Action Alert Subscriber,
    The Bureau of Land Management (BLM), Eagle Lake Field Office (ELFO) is preparing an Environmental Assessment (EA) that will analyze the impacts of development and maintenance within the existing Rice Canyon 105 acre open area managed primarily for off-highway vehicle (OHV) use. The project area is within the Antelope/Shaffer/Bald Mountain Special Recreation Management Area (SRMA) which was designated in the 2008 BLM ELFO Resource Management Plan (RMP).
    The Rice Canyon OHV open area is located NE of Susanville, California, off of Rice Canyon Road within Township 30 North, Range 13 East. The purpose of the proposed action is to protect OHV users from unregulated target shooting, create loop trail opportunities and encourage users to stay in designated areas.
    The proposed action would take place within the Rice Canyon open OHV area and would include the following components shown on Map 2:
    1) Establish the location of the existing 105 acre OHV open area boundary.
    2) Construct 3 miles of new OHV trails.
    3) Develop 1 acre of new OHV staging areas and install facilities such as picnic tables, a vault toilet and small shade structures.
    4) Maintain and develop the existing 1.20 acre gravel pit currently utilized for parking and unregulated target shooting and install facilities.
    5) Install entrance and boundary signs and markers.
    6) Perform regular parking and trail maintenance with heavy equipment.
    7) Restore and fence 0.25 miles of routes outside of the designated OHV open area.
    The identified new and existing routes and parking areas may be utilized for casual and Special Recreation permitted events. Initial implementation would begin in fall 2015 as funding becomes available.
    All comments regarding the proposed action are welcome and will used along with those received from other interested parties to determine the significant issues to be analyzed in the EA. Your comments must be received by Monday January 5, 2015 to ensure consideration.
    Please send comments to: Attention: Marisa Williams, Outdoor Recreation Planner, BLM Eagle Lake Field Office, 2950 Riverside Drive, Susanville, CA 96130. Thank you for participating in this environmental analysis process. Please contact Marisa Williams, Outdoor Recreation Planner, with additional questions or concerns at: (530) 252-5303 or mbwillia@blm.gov.
    Thanks in advance and, as always, if you have any questions or concerns, please contact BRC.
    Ric Foster
    Public Lands Department Manager
    BlueRibbon Coalition
    208-237-1008 ext 107
    The BlueRibbon Coalition (BRC) is a national non-profit organization that champions responsible recreation and encourages a strong conservation ethic and individual stewardship, while providing leadership in efforts to keep outdoor recreation alive and well -- all sports; all trails. With members in all 50 states, BRC is focused on building enthusiast involvement with organizational efforts through membership, outreach, education
    and collaboration among recreationists.
    1-800-BLUERIB - www.BlueRibbonCoalition.Org
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    NEVADA - BLM Extends Public Comment Period for the Draft RMP/EIS Las Vegas & Pahrump Field Offices
    Greetings BRC Action Alert Subscribers,
    The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) has announced that the comment period for the Las Vegas and Pahrump Field Offices Draft Resource Management Plan (RMP) and Draft Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) has been extended an additional 30 days. The extended timeframe means that the comment period on the Draft RMP/EIS -- originally set to close January 7, 2015 -- will now close February 6, 2015.
    Once finalized, the Las Vegas and Pahrump Field Offices RMP will provide management direction for the 3.1 million acres of public land in southern Nevada managed by the Southern Nevada District Office.
    Four alternatives were analyzed in the draft RMP/EIS. Alternative 3 is the agency-preferred alternative. OHV recreationists should review the preferred alternative's travel management proposals with regard to how the route designation process will impact current and future motorized use on said routes and proposed open or special management areas. BRC will be reviewing this document and submitting formal comments .
    Written comments related to the Las Vegas and Pahrump Field Offices Draft RMP/EIS may be submitted by any of the following methods:


    CDs of the Las Vegas and Pahrump Field Offices Draft RMP/EIS are available in the Southern Nevada District Office at the above address or on the following website http://tinyurl.com/qzvaht7. Printed copies are available at Laughlin Library, James I. Gibson Library, Pahrump Community Library, Las Vegas Library, Mesquite Library, Moapa Valley Library, Moapa Town Library, Searchlight Library, Beatty Library and Amargosa Valley Library.
    Thanks in advance and, as always, if you have any questions or concerns, please contact BRC.
    Ric Foster
    Public Lands Department Manager
    BlueRibbon Coalition
    208-237-1008 ext 107
    The BlueRibbon Coalition (BRC) is a national non-profit organization that champions responsible recreation and encourages a strong conservation ethic and individual stewardship, while providing leadership in efforts to keep outdoor recreation alive and well -- all sports; all trails. With members in all 50 states, BRC is focused on building enthusiast involvement with organizational efforts through membership, outreach, education
    and collaboration among recreationists.
    1-800-BLUERIB - www.BlueRibbonCoalition.Org
    __________________________________________________ _____
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    Winter in the foothills of Auburn, California, submitted by an ARRA member.


    Happy New Year!
    There is something to be said about starting a new year. We can put the shortcomings of the previous year are behind us and have a clean slate ahead of us. Probably wishful thinking, at least on my part, but there is some comfort in starting anew.
    Lame Duck Congress
    Speaking of shortcomings, in the last newsletter I boldly wrote, “I have never witnessed a Lame Duck session that is productive.” Well, this session was lame, but before limping out of town for one last time, the Congress did do the following:

    • funded the federal government to the tune of $1.1 trillion through September, 2015;
    • passed an omnibus public lands bill that encompassed 96 separate bills totaling more than 451 pages which was then creatively tucked into the massive defense reauthorization bill.
    • delayed for one year the ability of the Obama Administration to list the greater sage-grouse and the Gunnison sage-grouse as endangered species under the Endangered Species Act.
    • extended the authorization of the Federal Lands Recreation Enhancements Act (FLREA) through to September, 2016

    Funding for the Public Lands Agencies
    As mentioned, Congress finally funded the federal government through the end of the fiscal year, September, 2015. With the a quarter of the fiscal year already completed, the federal land agencies now know how much money they have to spend through the rest of the fiscal year. Overall, funding for 2015 was generally status quo with what the agencies received in 2014.
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    5th Annual Clean Up day at the Tonto National Forest, submitted by an ARRA member. More than 250 volunteers turned out led by the Copperstate 4 Wheelers.


    114th Congress
    The new Congress convenes for the very first time on January 7th. The first day is always a festive one especially for the newly elected members and their families. The reality of having to govern will soon set in especially for the Republicans now that they are firmly in control both chambers of Congress. Senator Mitch McConnell (R-Kentucky), the new Senate Majority Leader and House Speaker Boehner (R-Ohio) have both pledged their intention for both chambers to legislate with bi-partisan input. We will soon know whether they are able to fulfill that pledge.
    It will take a couple of weeks for committee assignments, the selection of new subcommittee chairs and staffing issues to be settled, but we anticipate that by the end of January, things will begin to pick up speed on the legislative front. We will be looking for opportunities to further our recreation agenda.

    Submitted by an ARRA member from Auburn, California.


    RTP
    The reauthorization of the Recreational Trails Program (RTP) continues to be a front and center issue for us. We are fortunate to have strong bi-partisan leadership on this issue in the Senate. In the House of Representatives, we are in a re-building phase in terms of RTP champions because of the retirement of both Rep. Tom Petri (R-Wisconsin) and Rep. Michael Michaud (D-Maine). Working closely with the Coalition for Recreational Trails (CRT), we have begun to identify and approach potential leaders in the House and we anticipate that this process will soon be completed. Then we can begin the overall task of working this issue during the next six months as both chambers work on overall transportation reauthorization which RTP falls under. Your assistance, as always, will be an important component to this effort.
    FLREA
    We mentioned that the 113th Congress reauthorized the Federal Lands Recreation Enhancement Act (FLREA) through September of 2016. This extension will allow the land agencies to continue to collect fees for various recreational activities and give Congress more time to reform this important federal program.
    Last year, Rep. Rob Bishop, (R-Utah) proposed legislation in the House of Representatives that would revise FLREA, though support for his revision was mixed among some interest groups. ARRA supported Rep. Bishop's effort and we anticipate that we will be working closely with him on this issue as well as other recreation issues in the 114th Congress now that he has become the Chairman of the full House Resources Committee.
    Thank you!
    I want to begin this New Year by acknowledging and thanking all ARRA members for their consistent involvement and support for our efforts to further recreation opportunities on public lands. We could not do our work without you. So, thank you.
    We look forward to working you throughout 2015.
    Larry E. Smith
    Executive Director
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    WASHINGTON - Comments on Motorized Travel Management Proposed Action Due January 20
    Dear BRC Action Alert Subscriber,
    The Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest is proposing changes to motor vehicle use on specific roads, trails and areas within the non-wilderness portion of the Forest. Winter -- over the snow motorized use -- will not be analyzed at this time and is not part of this proposal.
    The proposed action is to close the Forest to cross-country motorized travel off the existing National Forest system road network, and existing National Forest system motorized trails, consistent with current designations of vehicle type and seasonal closures.

    • All roads currently open for motorized use (maintenance levels 2-5) would remain open to highway legal vehicles.
    • All motorized trails would remain open to the current vehicle designation (4x4, ATV [<50 inches wide], or motorcycle).
    • All closed roads (maintenance level 1) would be closed to motorized vehicles, unless part of a motorized system trail.

    Motorized vehicles would be allowed to drive up to 30 feet from the edge of all open roads to park. As displayed on the proposed action maps, motorized access to dispersed camping within 300 feet of specifically designated roads would be permitted.
    Motorized travel would be restricted to existing routes within those corridors and not permitted closer than 100 feet from water. An exception to the 100 foot set-back from water would apply for identified Respect the River sites.
    Motorized travel off the identified system of roads and trails, and off established routes to access dispersed camping within corridors, would be prohibited.
    LINK TO PROPOSED ACTION WITH MAPS
    BRC continues to review this proposal with local OHV enthusiasts and agency staff. At this time, there are five major areas of concern. Those issues are the closure of all level 2 and 3 roads to non-street legal OHVs, accuracy of the maps, and forest-wide closure of level 1 roads to OHVs.
    Level 2 Roads - (often called 4WD or high clearance vehicle routes) are often the backbone of any OHV trail network as they provide non-street legal connectivity for ATVs and dirt-bikes between the trails and provide recreational opportunity for OHVs that are wider than 50 inches such as jeeps, SxS, and 4x4 pickups.
    Level 3 Roads - When designated as mixed-use roads for use by all OHVs, they provide connectivity and recreational opportunity for larger vehicles.
    Accuracy of Maps - BRC urges local OHV clubs and enthusiasts to review the maps to see if any trails or other routes were left off the map. If so, request the agency make corrections to the map. Also, review the maps to see what level 2 and 3 roads are needed for connectivity (for non-street legal OHVs) and recreational opportunity for larger non-street legal vehicles.
    Level 1 Roads - Review the level 1 roads that are proposed for closure and urge the agency to convert important routes (that provide connectivity or have high recreational value) as "roads-to-trails" or to manage them as a motorized trail.
    Water Buffers - BRC is concerned that this restriction (as written in such broad and undefined terms) could effectively ban a significant number of OHV routes, since routes often parallel water courses and/or cross them. Users should request the agency to better clarify this proposal so that designated routes are not inadvertently impacted by these 100 foot "non-motorized" buffers.
    Please provide written comments on the Proposed Action by January 20, 2015.
    The preferred comment method is online via this website:
    Comment on Motorized Travel Management Proposed Action
    You can also print and fill out this Comment Form, and mail it in.

    For more information contact Jennifer Zbyszewski, Interdisciplinary Team Leader at: okawen-travel-management@fs.fed.us
    Contacts for additional information about Access Travel Management:
    Tonasket Ranger District
    Mathew Reidy, District Ranger
    Betsy Peterson, Recreation Staff
    509-486-2186 Methow Valley Ranger District
    Michael Liu, District Ranger
    Jennifer Zbyszewski, Recreation Staff
    509-996-4003
    Chelan Ranger District
    Kari Grover-Wier, District Ranger
    Paul Willard, Recreation Staff
    509-682-4900
    Entiat Ranger District
    Janet Flanagan, District Ranger
    509-784-1511
    Wenatchee River Ranger District
    Jeff Rivera, District Ranger
    509-548-2550 Cle Elum Ranger District
    Mary Maj, District Ranger
    Pam Novitsky, Recreation Staff
    509-852-1100
    Naches Ranger District
    Kelly Lawrence, District Ranger
    Bill Zimmer, Recreation Staff
    509-653-1401
    Thanks in advance and, as always, if you have any questions or concerns, please contact BRC. Ric Foster
    Public Lands Department Manager
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    Support bill to require federal agency to seek independent scientific analysis on the effects of 15 percent ethanol
    Urge your representative to support today!


    Take Action
    U.S. Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner (R-Wis.) introduced H.R. 21 on Jan. 6. This bill would repeal the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s waiver decision related to E15 fuel and the authority of the agency to grant further decisions in the matter, until the EPA seeks an independent scientific analysis of the effects of gasoline containing up to 15 percent ethanol.

    “Despite ample warnings, the Environment Protection Agency continues to push E15 into the marketplace. The Clean Air Act requires a waiver for any fuel that is substantially different from zero percent ethanol before it is introduced to consumers,” Sensenbrenner said. “The EPA has been granting CAA waivers and justifying the decisions by citing a single disputed study conducted by the Department of Energy.

    “Pro-ethanol groups and the EPA argue that E15 has been sufficiently tested and safe for use, a direct contradiction to what the scientists and engineers who build cars and small engines have stated,” he added.

    Sensenbrenner said, “Our constituents use boats, motorcycles, snowmobiles, cars, lawnmowers and tractors. They deserve to definitively know what E15 will do to the engines they rely upon.”

    The AMA agrees and has repeatedly expressed concerns to government officials and federal lawmakers about possible damage to motorcycle and all-terrain-vehicle engines caused by the inadvertent use of E15 when the new fuel becomes widely available. The AMA also asked that motorcycles and ATVs be part of any scientific study into the effects of E15 on internal combustion engines and related systems.

    In October 2010, the EPA approved E15 for use in model year 2007 and newer light-duty vehicles (cars, light-duty trucks, and medium-duty passenger vehicles). In January 2011, it added model year 2001-2006 light-duty vehicles to the approved list.

    Since the approved list includes many light-duty vehicles in use today, refineries, distributors, and fueling stations could choose to offer primarily E15 gasoline. This concerns all motorcyclists and off-highway enthusiasts, because it could affect the availability of gasoline with less ethanol (E10) or none at all (E0).

    The new E15 gasoline formulation may appear at a nearby fueling station, so motorcyclists need to be careful when fueling their motor vehicles. No motorcycles or ATVs are currently on the approved EPA list for E15 use, and the use of E15 can void manufacturers’ warranties.

    We need your help to pass H.R. 21. You can send a prewritten email to your representative immediately by following the "Take Action" option and entering your information.

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    for you all with motorcycles...


    Dean,
    U.S. Sens. Jeanne Shaheen (D-N.H.), Ron Johnson (R-Wis.), Kelly Ayotte (R-N.H.), Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) and Susan Collins (R-Maine) have introduced S. 127, the Stop Motorcycle Checkpoint Funding Act.
    S. 127 would prohibit federal funding for motorcycle-only checkpoints, limiting the implementation of these discriminatory checkpoints nationwide.
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    During the past several years, federal, state and local governments spent many hundreds of thousands of dollars on motorcycle-only checkpoints. The AMA opposes this discriminatory practice believes that funds could have been better spent on programs to prevent distracted driving, increase rider education programs or improve motorist awareness.

    Follow this link to view the AMA's MOC timeline.
    This bill is similar to S. 2078, supported by Sens. Shaheen, Ayotte, Manchin, Johnson and Collins in the 113th Congress.
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    PUBLIC MEETING IN MOAB REGARDING THE BISHOP/CHAFFETZ PUBLIC LAND INITIATIVE





    COLORADO OFF-HIGHWAY VEHICLE COALITION - COHVCO
    Hello members ,

    There is a meeting this Thursday regarding the Bishop/Chaffetz Public Lands Initiative. It sounds like this bill may be getting close to being introduced in Congress, and this is our chance to see exactly what it is all about. The meeting is at the Grand Center at 7 pm Thursday January 15. Anyone that is interested and can attend is encouraged to do so. The email invitation below from Representative Chaffetz's office gives the details.

    Hello Friends,

    I hope you all are doing well and had a great holiday. The 114th Congress kicked off earlier this week and we all are excited to be back in the swing of things. Between the two of our offices, we've had many changes with our bosses assuming greater resposnbility at their respective committees. It's been an exciting change and we're excited to get to work.

    Just about all of the staffers you have come to know during the Public Lands Initiative are in the same place. Casey Snider, Wade Garrett, Colton Miles, and Kelsey Berg continue to work PLI [public lands initiative] on a daily basis. Casey has put 12,000 miles on his truck since last summer. The Chaffetz Office has rented 47 different vehicles to help us travel the expansive first district; and Colton, Casey, and myself have hosted over 50 meetings in Washington over the same time period!

    We've also had tremendous support and assistance from the Governor's office, state legislators, NGO's, and our country partners. Emery, Grand, Carbon, Uintah, Daggett, Summit, and San Juan have hosted and led a variety of land planning meetings over the past few months. These meetings have involved local producers, farmers, envionmentalists, recreationists, and the general public. Each of these meetings have been scheduled with the hopes of crafting locally-supported land plans that solve current problems and address future needs. Most, if not all, of these meetings have been productive.

    Wade, Casey, Ryan Wilcox from Senator Lee's Office and myself will be traveling to many eastern Utah counties next week. We will be holding a Congressional Staff Open House on Thursday January 15th at 7:00p at the Grand Center in Moab. You all are invited to attend. This informal event will allow us to discuss the process in person with interested stakeholders, learn about recent progresses made at the local level, and answer questions about PLI and the 114th Congress. We wish we could visit with folks individually, but our time is limited and the Open House will allow us to interact with a wide variety of folks and friends in a short period of time. If there are people I've missed, please forward this email.

    Please let myself, Wade, or Casey know if you plan to attend or have any other questions.

    All the best,
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    Quote Originally Posted by DeanTeck View Post


    Support bill to require federal agency to seek independent scientific analysis on the effects of 15 percent ethanol
    Urge your representative to support today!


    Take Action
    U.S. Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner (R-Wis.) introduced H.R. 21 on Jan. 6. This bill would repeal the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s waiver decision related to E15 fuel and the authority of the agency to grant further decisions in the matter, until the EPA seeks an independent scientific analysis of the effects of gasoline containing up to 15 percent ethanol.

    “Despite ample warnings, the Environment Protection Agency continues to push E15 into the marketplace. The Clean Air Act requires a waiver for any fuel that is substantially different from zero percent ethanol before it is introduced to consumers,” Sensenbrenner said. “The EPA has been granting CAA waivers and justifying the decisions by citing a single disputed study conducted by the Department of Energy.

    “Pro-ethanol groups and the EPA argue that E15 has been sufficiently tested and safe for use, a direct contradiction to what the scientists and engineers who build cars and small engines have stated,” he added.

    Sensenbrenner said, “Our constituents use boats, motorcycles, snowmobiles, cars, lawnmowers and tractors. They deserve to definitively know what E15 will do to the engines they rely upon.”

    The AMA agrees and has repeatedly expressed concerns to government officials and federal lawmakers about possible damage to motorcycle and all-terrain-vehicle engines caused by the inadvertent use of E15 when the new fuel becomes widely available. The AMA also asked that motorcycles and ATVs be part of any scientific study into the effects of E15 on internal combustion engines and related systems.

    In October 2010, the EPA approved E15 for use in model year 2007 and newer light-duty vehicles (cars, light-duty trucks, and medium-duty passenger vehicles). In January 2011, it added model year 2001-2006 light-duty vehicles to the approved list.

    Since the approved list includes many light-duty vehicles in use today, refineries, distributors, and fueling stations could choose to offer primarily E15 gasoline. This concerns all motorcyclists and off-highway enthusiasts, because it could affect the availability of gasoline with less ethanol (E10) or none at all (E0).

    The new E15 gasoline formulation may appear at a nearby fueling station, so motorcyclists need to be careful when fueling their motor vehicles. No motorcycles or ATVs are currently on the approved EPA list for E15 use, and the use of E15 can void manufacturers’ warranties.

    We need your help to pass H.R. 21. You can send a prewritten email to your representative immediately by following the "Take Action" option and entering your information.

    Please join the AMA to help us fight these efforts. More members means more clout against our opponents, and your support will help the AMA fight for your rights – on the road, trail, racetrack, and in the halls of government. To join the AMA, go to AmericanMotorcyclist.com/membership/join.
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    Corn is for making liquor not gasoline. Friggin ethanol content killed my weed whacker
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    Quote Originally Posted by DRock View Post
    Corn is for making liquor not gasoline. Friggin ethanol content killed my weed whacker
    also, very good when mixed in with your mashed potatoes too! haaaaaaaaaa
    very thankful we can purchase 91 octane gas around here with "zero" ethanol...just have to drive 30 miles for it...always take our gas cans with when heading that way...when in florida for 4 weeks i found the new "wa wa" stations have a stand alone hose at each pump stand for non ethanol fuel...
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    Anything under 10% they dont have to advertise it as having ethanol. You never know what they are adding to bump up the octance numbers. Your 91 octane might not be as good for your engine as you had intended it too be.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DRock View Post
    Anything under 10% they dont have to advertise it as having ethanol. You never know what they are adding to bump up the octance numbers. Your 91 octane might not be as good for your engine as you had intended it too be.
    our pumps on this side of the border indicate "10% ethanol or less" per gallon on the pumps...the station where i/we get our 91% octane also advertises "5% or less ethanol" on one pump where they mix their 87 octane ethanol gasoline with their 91% non ethanol premium gasoline...i'm assuming as i have no way to test it that the 91% octane is arrived by the extra refining of it...folks around here have been purchasing it for years at this one station because what you experienced with your weed whacker...they've had no problems since with their 2 cycle mixtures...also, because we live at high altitude the octane ratings are different here 85/87/91 vs in florida where it was 87/89/93 where we were staying...
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    bunch of states listed in this alert...

    January 14, 2015
    Dear BRC Action Alert Subscriber,
    NATIONAL
    Yellowstone Opened to Limited Snowmobile Access With Non-commercially Guided Access
    On December 15, 2014 the gates opened to another season of snowmobile access to Yellowstone National Park. However, recent warm weather and limited snowfall resulted in very little snowpack on many of the park's interior roads. Until appreciable snowfall is received and conditions on the park's packed, groomed roads improves, snowmobile access to the Park will be limited.
    Read more here
    Public hearing slated on off-highway recreational vehicle safety standards - Examiner
    http://www.examiner.com/public-hearing-slated-on-off-highway-recreational-vehicle-safety-standards
    What they didn't tell you about the congressional public lands package - Missoulian
    http://missoulian.com/what-they-didn-t-tell-you-about-the-congressional-public...html
    Forest Service works on strategy to meet growing recreation demands - Missoulian
    http://missoulian.com/forest-service-works-on-strategy-to-meet-growing-recreation-demands...html

    CALIFORNIA
    Update on ATV Adventure Trails Pilot Program - Sierra Wave Media
    Update on ATV Adventure Trails Pilot Program | Sierra Wave: Eastern Sierra News
    New California Land Use Laws for 2015 - KCET News
    New California Land Use Laws for 2015 | Land Use | Revisit | KCET
    OFF-ROADING: Desert dust-up over off-limit areas - The Press Enterprise
    OFF-ROADING: Desert dust-up over off-limit areas - Press Enterprise

    COLORADO
    Rio Grande National Forest announces official start of its Forest Plan revision - The Rio Grande National Forest is officially kicking off the process to revise its Forest Plan. The Forest Plan provides overarching guidance to all management activities on the National Forest for the next 15-20 years. The first phase of the revision process assesses the existing ecological, physical, and social conditions of the forest and surrounding areas, and it identifies parts in the current plan that need to change.
    Read more here

    IDAHO
    Keeping trails open is coordinated task - Teton Valley News
    http://www.tetonvalleynews.net/keeping-trails-open-is-coordinated-task...html

    MICHIGAN
    Forest Service Seeks Public Comments on Roads - MI News 26
    Forest Service Seeks Public Comments on Roads | MI News 26
    State board approves $2.9M grant representing 'next step' in proposed ORV, adventure park in Groveland Twp - Oakland Press
    http://www.theoaklandpress.com/state-board-approves-29m-grant...park-in-groveland-twp

    MONTANA
    BLM to hold meeting in Billings on Missouri Breaks access - Billings Gazette
    http://billingsgazette.com/blm-to-hold-meeting-in-billings-on-missouri-breaks-access...html

    NEVADA
    BLM Extends Public Comment Period for the Draft RMP/EIS Las Vegas & Pahrump Field Offices -- The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) has announced that the comment period for the Las Vegas and Pahrump Field Offices Draft Resource Management Plan (RMP) and Draft Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) has been extended an additional 30 days. The extended timeframe means that the comment period on the Draft RMP/EIS -- originally set to close January 7, 2015 -- will now close February 6, 2015.
    Read more here
    Officials: Legislation won't make off-roaders into relics - Las Vegas Review Journal
    Officials: Legislation won?t make off-roaders into relics | Las Vegas Review-Journal

    NEW MEXICO
    BLM Releases Proposed RMP & FEIS for the Prehistoric Trackways National Monument -- The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) has released a Proposed Resource Management Plan and Final Environmental Impact Statement (proposed RMP/final EIS) for the Prehistoric Trackways National Monument (National Monument) administered by the Las Cruces District Office in southern New Mexico. BLM planning regulations provide for a formal protest of the proposed RMP/final EIS decisions by those meeting certain criteria. Protests must be filed by January 27, 2015.
    Read more here
    A Variety of Opinions About The Forest Service Management Plan - Cibola Beacon
    http://www.cibolabeacon.com/a-variety-of-opinions-about-the-forest-service-management-plan...html

    OHIO
    Ohio State Snowmobile Association's return to area benefits local economy - Gaylord Herald Times
    http://www.petoskeynews.com/ohio-state-snowmobile-association-s-return-to-area-benefits...html

    UTAH
    DIXIE NATIONAL FOREST-Scoping Begins for the Powell Ranger Districts Travel Management Project - The Powell Ranger District of the Dixie National Forest is proposing to relocate, reclassify, or decommission a number of existing roads and trails as well as construct or designate new roads and trails. The purpose of this project is to revise the Motorized Travel Plan for the District and is limited to addressing known deficiencies in the 2009 Dixie National Forest Motorized Travel Plan.
    Read more here
    Notice of Motorized Vehicle Temporary Restrictions for Moab Jeep Safari - This notice restricts motorized use on 10 popular vehicle routes located on public land used by the Moab Jeep Safari during its annual Moab Jeep Safari organized-group event, authorized under a Special Recreation Permit (SRP).
    Federal Register, Volume 80 Issue 7 (Monday, January 12, 2015)
    Appeals Court Reverses Decision in Kane County Roads Lawsuit - KUER News
    Appeals Court Reverses Decision in Kane County Roads Lawsuit | KUER

    VIRGINIA
    George Washington NF Forest Plan Review Period Ends January 20 -- A Notice of Availability for the FEIS for the George Washington National Forest Revised Land and Resource Management Plan was published in the Federal Register on Friday, December 19, 2014. Implementation of the Plan will begin 30 days following this Federal Register notification (December 19, 2014). This decision is subject to administrative review.
    Read more here

    WASHINGTON
    Comments on Motorized Travel Management Proposed Action Due January 20 -- The Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest is proposing changes to motor vehicle use on specific roads, trails and areas within the non-wilderness portion of the Forest. Winter -- over the snow motorized use -- will not be analyzed at this time and is not part of this proposal.
    Read more here

    WISCONSIN
    Snowmobile trail in Blue Mound State Park to move forward - The Capital Times
    http://host.madison.com/ct/snowmobile-trail-in-blue-mound-state-park-to-move-forward...html

    WYOMING
    Shoshone forest plan revision calls for more protection - Casper Star Tribune
    http://trib.com/news/state-and-regional/shoshone-forest-plan-revision-calls-for-more-protection...html
    Shoshone Forest plan to keep 3 areas vehicle-free - The Salt Lake Tribune
    Shoshone Forest plan to keep 3 areas vehicle-free | The Salt Lake Tribune
    BLM seeks comment on proposed Wyoming dunes rules - The Washington Times
    http://www.washingtontimes.com/blm-seeks-comment-on-proposed-wyoming-dunes-rules/
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