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    This state use to be a really great place to work and play
    yup, like in past tense...
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    Action Needed!


    ACTION ALERT!
    Pitkin County is seeking input on the expanded use of OHV's on County Roads
    Pitkin County is seeking input on a range of alternatives to govern OHV usage on county roads. These routes consistently provide connectivity to trailheads and trails that otherwise could not be connected.During the March 29 open house, public works officials will present four possible OHV management scenarios for the public to consider:

    • Scenario 1 is a status quo approach, in which all county roads would remain off limits to OHVs and ATVs, according to state law.

    • Scenario 2 would open four roads co-claimed by Pitkin County and the U.S. Forest Service to OHVs and ATVs. These roads include Bear Creek Road in the Woody Creek area, Seller Lake Road, Diemer Lake Road and Powerline Road in the Fryingpan River drainage. This scenario complies with the current USFS Travel Management Plan.

    • Scenario 3 would open 86 miles of county roads to OHVs and ATVs, including the Pitkin County portion of Pearl Pass Road, more roads in the Fryingpan drainage and some roads in the Prince Creek/Dinkle Lake area above Carbondale.

    • Scenario 4 would open all county roads with less than 100 vehicle trips per day to OHVs and ATVs. This option includes opening the backside of Aspen Mountain to the vehicles.
    Open House:
    March 29 4-6pm at Pitkin County Library located at 120 North Mill Street, Aspen CO
    Electronic comments accepted here:
    More info on proposal:
    Talking points:
    1. While Alternative 4 would be the best, any expanded OHV access would be greatly appreciated. 2. OHV recreation is a major economic driver for local Colorado communities as research indicates more than $2.3 billion in economic contribution results from OHV recreation which results in more than 16,000 jobs and more than $100 million in badly needed tax revenue to local communities. 3. More than 2 dozen communities have opened all or part of their county road network since passage of HB 1030 two years ago. These communities have noted significant economic drivers for local businesses and expanded tax revenue. They have not noted major negative impacts from the expanded access, such as ordinance violations, noise or other concerns. 4. Multiple use access is a major factor involved in many other activities, such as hunting, fishing and private lands ownership. OHV recreation is predominately a family sport
    Colorado Off Highway Vehicle Coalition
    P.O. Box 741353
    Arvada, CO 80006

    518-281-5810

    info@cohvco.org

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    Need Your Input!



    As part of federal legislation passed last year the US Forest Service was required to identify 15 priority trails for maintenance. The US Forest Service is now looking to the trails user community to establish these priorities and has developed a survey monkey to aid in gathering input. The Survey monkey has many specific questions to guide your input.
    Link to Survey Monkey:
    More info on proposal:
    Deadline for input
    April 7, 2017
    Talking points
    1. We need your personal experiences and knowledge on maintenance issues. 2. Visitation should be a major criteria looked at for any trail priorities. 3. Leveraging partnerships should also be addressed- ie; the history of partner support for a particular trail
    Colorado Off Highway Vehicle Coalition
    P.O. Box 741353
    Arvada, CO 80006

    518-281-5810

    info@cohvco.org

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    Forest Service Calls For Public to Identify Trails That Should Receive Expedited Maintenance

    Separate Press Releases From Five Forest Regions Call For Input

    Individualized Press Releases from five Forest Service Regions are “…inviting the public to help identify trails that will be part of a U.S. Forest Service effort with partners and volunteers to increase the pace of trail maintenance.” The releases continue, “Nationwide, the Forest Service will select nine to 15 priority areas among its nine regions where a backlog in trail maintenance contributed to reduced access, potential harm to natural resources or trail users and/or has the potential for increased future deferred maintenance costs.”

    If you are aware of trails where access has been limited as the result of lack of maintenance – now is your chance to weigh in!

    Below are links to all of the USFS Region websites. While the Alaska, Eastern, Southern and Southwestern regions have yet to post information on this initiative on their websites, ARRA encourages those of you who live or recreate in those Regions to check the websites periodically for updates.

    If you are unsure which Region the Forest(s) you visit are in, click here: https://www.fs.fed.us/wildflowers/regions/index.shtml

    Click the appropriate link below to find out how to comment!


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    CALIFORNIA - CA OHV LEGISLATIVE UPDATE - AB 1077 Approved by Assembly Committee
    Dear Sharetrails.org/BRC Members and Action Alert Subscriber,
    Sharetrails.org/BlueRibbon Coalition's (BRC) Western Representative, Don Amador, joined several National and State OHV organizations, trade associations, outdoor hunting organizations, motorcycle and 4WD clubs, rural counties, county sheriffs, and non-profit groups today in Sacramento voicing support for AB 1077 (O'Donnell). After public testimony, the CA Assembly Committee on Water, Parks and Wildlife voted to approve this important pro-OHV legislation.
    As many of you know, the bill extends the operation of the OHV program indefinitely. This continues to be a complicated legislative and political process since there are other related legislative proposals and the ongoing CA State Parks Transformation Process.
    BRC wants to thank all of you who took time to send in comments and looks forward to working with all the stakeholders as this process moves forward. Stay tuned for future updates!
    Thanks!
    Don Amador
    Western Representative
    BlueRibbon Coalition/Sharetrails.org
    Sharetrails.Org/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.- sharetrails.org

    __________________________________________________ _____
    As a non-profit, grassroots organization funded primarily by membership dues and donations, we greatly appreciate your support. Visit https://sharetrails.org/contribution-options/ to help fund our efforts to protect your trails!

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    IDAHO - Salmon-Challis Forest Plan Revision Update-Meeting Scheduled for April & May
    Dear BRC Action Alert Subscriber,
    The Salmon Challis National Forest is in the process of revising the Salmon and Challis National Forest Plans. Land Management Plans provide the framework for managing national forests and guide decision-making. Plans are revised in a manner that encourages participation for the public, stakeholders and other agencies to reflect a broad and inclusive vision for managing national forests.
    What's Up Next with the Forest Plan Revision Process?
    At the same time the Salmon-Challis is collecting information for general forest assessment, we have
    several concurrent processes to follow.
    In late April, the Forest Service will host public meetings to explain the steps they will take to evaluate Wilderness areas, Wild and Scenic Rivers, and Species of Conservation Concern.
    Upcoming Meetings
    Salmon: 6-8 p.m. Monday, April 24, Idaho Department of Fish & Game Salmon Region
    May: 6-8 p.m. Tuesday, April 25, 6 - 8 p.m., Pashimeroi Valley Grange (May Grange)
    Mackay: 6-8 p.m. Wednesday, April 26, 6 - 8 p.m., American Legion Hall
    Ketchum: 6-8 p.m. Thursday, April 27, 6-8 p.m., Ketchum Community Library
    Webinar: 12:30-2 p.m. Thursday, May 4, https://usfs.adobeconnect.com/scnf-fpr/
    What the Salmon-Challis will bring:
    Initial map of areas to be evaluated for suitability as Wilderness
    Initial map of rivers to be evaluated for suitability as potential Wild and Scenic Rivers
    Potential list of animals and plants being considered as Species of Conservation Concern
    How you can be involved:
    Wilderness Inventory - provide any on-the-ground knowledge or corrections to the improvements and roads data; and provide information on use trends (for example, popular hiking, mountain biking or Off-Highway Vehicle areas).
    Wild and Scenic Rivers Inventory - review inventory map and provide information to correct errors or omissions.
    Species of Conservation Concern Designation - provide on-the-ground knowledge or scientific information to inform the list.
    For more information about Forest Plan Revision, Email scnf_plan_rev@fs.fed.us, call Team Leader Josh Milligan at 756-5560 or Visit the Forest Plan Revision website at www.fs.usda.gov/scnf. For more information on forest plan revision process please visit A Citizens' Guide to Forest Plan Revision.
    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
    Sharetrails.Org/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. -
    sharetrails.org
    __________________________________________________ _____
    As a non-profit, grassroots organization funded primarily by membership dues and donations, we greatly appreciate your support. Visithttps://sharetrails.org/contribution-options/to help fund our efforts to protect your trails!

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    NEW MEXICO - Santa Fe NF Announces Summer 2017 Open House Opportunities
    Dear Action Alert Subscriber,
    The Santa Fe National Forest (SFNF) is revising its Land and Resource Management Plan (Forest Plan), which will guide management of all forest resources for 10 to 15 years.
    They have selected summer Open House dates (all are 1-3:30pm) and topics (see below).

    • There will not be a presentation or an agenda at the Open Houses. It is a casual opportunity to engage with Forest Service specialists about Forest Plan Revision.
    • You can arrive any time (not just at 1 pm), stay for as little or long as you like, and can circulate among Forest Service specialists discussing various resources.
    • Open Houses are not part of a comment period so we will not be recording public comments, but specialists may take informal notes during conversations.
    • We will bring our current work to share with you and answer your questions, but we will be reviewing pre-draft material which will not be made available to the public either as a handout or on our website. This is an informal, intermediary step. We will bring handouts from previous public meetings, which are available on our website, and there will be opportunities later for public comment on draft work products.

    1. Thursday, April 27, at the Walatowa Visitor Center
    Topics: Heritage, Tribal Relations, and Forest Plan
    Address: 7413 NM-4, Jemez Pueblo, NM 87024
    2. Monday, May 15, at the Supervisor's Office
    Topics: Engineering, Wildlife, and Forest Plan
    Address: 11 Forest Lane, Santa Fe, NM 87508
    3. Monday, May 15, at the Mesa Public Library
    Topics: Recreation, Tribal Relations, and Forest Plan
    Address: 2400 Central Ave, Los Alamos, NM 87544
    4. Wednesday, June 21, at the Coyote District Office
    Topics: Grazing, Heritage, and Forest Plan
    Address: State Hwy 96, Drive 1707, Coyote, NM 87012
    5. Tuesday, July 18, at the Supervisor's Office
    Topics: Grazing, Recreation, and Forest Plan
    Address: 11 Forest Lane, Santa Fe, NM 87508
    6. Tuesday, July 18, Pecos High School (School Board Rm)
    Topics: Archaeology, Forest Plan, and TBD
    Address: 28 Panther Pkwy, Hwy 63 N, Pecos NM 87552
    7. Wednesday, August 16, at the Cuba District Office
    Topics: Archaeology, Oil & Gas, and Forest Plan
    Address: 04b, County Road 11, Cuba, NM 87013
    If you have questions please call 505-438-5442, email santafeforestplan@fs.fed.us, or mail: Forest Plan Revision, Santa Fe National Forest, 11 Forest Lane, Santa Fe, NM 87508. To learn more, please visit our website: www.fs.usda.gov/goto/santafeforestplan.
    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. 2
    Sharetrails.Org/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. -
    sharetrails.org
    __________________________________________________ _____
    As a non-profit, grassroots organization funded primarily by membership dues and donations, we greatly appreciate your support. Visithttps://sharetrails.org/contribution-options/to help fund our efforts to protect your trails!


 
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