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    COLORADO - Pike and San Isabel NF Officials Release DEIS for Public Motor Vehicle Use

    Dear BRC members, supporters and action alert subscribers,

    Officials from the Pike and San Isabel National Forests and Comanche and Cimarron National Grasslands (PSICC) have released the Draft Environmental Impact Statement for public motor vehicle use. The Notice of Availability was published in the Federal Register on Friday, September 20, 2019, initiating the formal 45-day public comment period that ends November 4, 2019.
    The Draft Environmental Impact Statement is part of the 2005 Travel Management Rule, requiring National Forests and Grasslands to designate roads, trails and areas that are open for motorized use. It offers five alternatives for a system of designated roads, trails and areas by class of vehicle and season of use. See the complete Forest Service News Release with more information.

    Forest officials will host four meetings for the public to review the alternatives, ask questions and learn how to submit comments.
    Community Date Time Location
    Salida Oct. 8, 2019 6:00 PM-7:30 PM Salida Steamplant
    220 West Sackett
    Salida, CO 81201
    Pueblo Oct. 9, 2019 6:00 PM-7:30 PM Pueblo Community College
    900 W. Orman Ave. Student Center, Room 234
    Pueblo, CO 81004
    Denver Oct. 10, 2019 6:00 PM-7:30 PM MindSpark Learning, West Room
    455 South Pierce Street
    Lakewood, CO 80226
    Colorado Springs Oct. 11, 2019 6:00 PM-7:30 PM S4 Inc. Center For Excellence
    1925 Aerotech Drive
    Colorado Springs, Colorado 80916













    Written comments must be submitted in person, through the online comment portal, or mailed to John Dow, PSICC Forest Planner, Travel Management, 2840 Kachina Drive, Pueblo, CO, 81008.
    Comments, including the names and addresses of respondents, will be part of the public record. Anonymous comments will be accepted and considered, but those submitting comments anonymously will not have standing to object to the final decision. Only those who commented during this process will be eligible to object the final decision. Comments should be clear and specific to the Draft Environmental Impact Statement and must be submitted by November 4, 2019.
    The Draft Environmental Impact Statement can be found at: https://www.fs.usda.gov/project/?project=48214 under the "Analysis" tab.
    Thanks in advance and, as always, if you have any questions or concerns, please contact BRC.
    Ric Foster
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    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. -
    https://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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    UTAH - Ashley NF Releases Notice of Intent for Forest Plan Revision
    Dear BRC Action Alert Subscriber,
    The Ashley National Forest has developed the preliminary draft version of its Land Management Plan (Proposed Plan) and are seeking review and comments. This preliminary draft is a long-term strategic plan for United States Forest Service land management and addresses how the Ashley intends to manage for the next two decades. The public review and comment period for these 4 documents will be from September 10, 2019 until November 8, 2019.
    Documents available for review and comment are:

    • Preliminary Need for Change
    • Proposed Land Management Plan
    • Potential Wilderness Evaluation Report
    • Wild & Scenic Rivers Eligibility Report

    All documents are available electronically on the Ashley National Forest website under Land & Resource Management, Planning page. You can open, view and comment by clicking on one or all of the documents. Commenters are encouraged to provide their information electronically so it can be shared and reviewed. The Forest Plan Revision website is https://www.fs.usda.gov/main/ashley/landmanagement/planning.
    You may provide comments or contact the Forest Service Planning Team in any of the following ways:
    The preferred method to comment is online at our comment system here.
    By standard mail: Ashley National Forest, Attention: Forest Plan Revision, 355 North Vernal Avenue, Vernal, UT 84078-1703
    By email: [email protected]
    By phone: (435) 781-5118
    The Ashley National Forest will hold public meetings in conjunction with the public comment period. The dates, locations and times of the meetings are listed below.
    Forest Plan Revision Public Open Houses
    Date Location Details
    October 7, 2019
    5:00PM-7:00PM
    Green River, WY Sweetwater County Library
    300 North 1st East
    Green River, WY 82935
    October 8,2019
    5:00PM- 7:00PM
    Vernal, UT Uintah Conference Center Ballroom A & B
    313 East 200 South
    Vernal, UT 84078
    October 9, 2019
    5:00PM- 7:00PM
    Duchesne, UT Duchesne County Events Center
    60 West 400 South
    Duchesne, UT 84021
    October 10, 2019
    5:00PM- 7:00PM
    Manila, UT Daggett County Commission Chambers
    95 West 1st North
    Manila, UT 84046
    October 11, 2019
    2:30PM-4:30pm
    Salt Lake City, UT Salt Lake City Library
    210 East 400 South
    Salt Lake City, UT 84111

    The website provides information on commenting. If there are questions, please call the Forest Plan Revision team at (435) 781-5118, remember to leave your name and phone number
    https://www.fs.usda.gov/main/ashley/landmanagement/planning
    Thanks in advance and, as always, if you have any questions or concerns, please contact BRC.
    Ric Foster
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    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. -
    https://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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    Motor Vehicle Impact Statement

    The meeting on Oct. 8, 2019 at 6:00 P.M. at the steam plant in Salida is very important to our riding privileges, there will also be discussion on the closure of part of the trails in lost canyon. Please attend this meeting if at all possible. The more of us that attend strengthens our point of view.
    News Release

    Media Contact: Julie Bain
    (719) 553-1415 [email protected]

    Pike and San Isabel National Forest Officials Release
    Draft Environmental Impact Statement for Public Motor Vehicle Use
    Forest officials aim to continue working with all citizens to designate a motor vehicle use system within the Forests that balances the needs of forest users with protecting the land

    PUEBLO, Colo., September 19, 2019 — Officials from the Pike and San Isabel National Forests and Comanche and Cimarron National Grasslands (PSICC) today released the Draft Environmental Impact Statement for public motor vehicle use. The Notice of Availability will publish in the Federal Register on September 20, 2019, initiating the formal 45-day public comment period that ends November 4, 2019.
    The Draft Environmental Impact Statement is part of the 2005 Travel Management Rule, requiring National Forests and Grasslands to designate roads, trails and areas that are open for motorized use. It offers five alternatives for a system of designated roads, trails and areas by class of vehicle and season of use. The alternatives reflect input from forest users, partners, and state and local governments.
    “Feedback on the Draft Environmental Impact Statement will help strengthen our analysis,” said Forest and Grassland Supervisor Diana Trujillo. “Hearing the voices of various forest users is extremely important to us. Our goal is to designate a motorized system that works for the public while caring for natural and cultural resources.”
    The alternatives address a range of concerns about resource impacts from motor vehicle use, reduced motorized access, and potential conflicts between motorized and non-motorized users. The five alternatives are summarized below.
    • Alternative A, Public Motorized Routes Prior to Settlement, is the Forest’s public motorized route system prior to the November 2015 settlement agreement.
    • Alternative B, Settlement Action Proposal, removes all roads and trails not previously analyzed as identified in the November 2015 settlement agreement. Alternative B reduces the Pike and San Isabel National Forest’s motorized network by 34 percent.
    • Alternative C, Proposed Action, emphasizes a safe and environmentally sound system of roads, trails and areas that allows for existing forest uses and access to private property. It decreases roads open to motor vehicle use by just under 11 percent and increases trails open by almost 22 percent. The 4 percent overall reduction in roads and trails specified under the proposed action aims to reasonably address and balance the expressed concerns of motorized users, non-motorized users and environmental groups.
    • Alternative D, Motorized-Recreation-Focused Proposal, emphasizes public motor vehicle use and recreation. This alternative combines parts of Alternative C with motorized routes proposed during public scoping. It proposes new motorized areas. Alternative D decreases motorized access by about 3 percent overall.
    • Alternative E, Non-Motorized-Recreation-Focused Proposal, emphasizes natural resource protection, habitat quality and non-motorized recreation while providing the least amount of public motor vehicle access across the forest. Alternative E decreases motorized access by just over 50 percent overall.

    The Travel Management Rule exempts the following from designation: aircraft, watercraft, and over-snow vehicles; use by the military, law enforcement, firefighters, and Forest Service for administrative activities; permitted special uses, such as livestock grazing, mining, logging, and collecting fuelwood, Christmas trees and other forest products; and access to pipeline and utility corridors, as well as access to private land.
    Forest officials will host four meetings for the public to review the alternatives, ask questions and learn how to submit comments.
    Community Date Time Location
    Salida Oct. 8, 2019 6:00 PM-7:30 PM Salida Steamplant
    220 West Sackett
    Salida, CO 81201
    Pueblo Oct. 9, 2019 6:00 PM-7:30 PM Pueblo Community College
    900 W. Orman Ave. Student Center, Room 234
    Pueblo, CO 81004
    Denver Oct. 10, 2019 6:00 PM-7:30 PM MindSpark Learning, West Room
    455 South Pierce Street Lakewood, CO 80226
    Colorado Springs Oct. 11, 2019 6:00 PM-7:30 PM S4 Inc. Center For Excellence 1925 Aerotech Drive
    Colorado Springs, Colorado 80916

    Written comments must be submitted in person, through the online comment portal, or mailed to John Dow, PSICC Forest Planner, Travel Management, 2840 Kachina Drive, Pueblo, CO, 81008.
    Comments, including the names and addresses of respondents, will be part of the public record. Anonymous comments will be accepted and considered, but those submitting comments anonymously will not have standing to object to the final decision. Only those who commented during this process will be eligible to object the final decision. Comments should be clear and specific to the Draft Environmental Impact Statement and must be submitted by November 4, 2019.
    After considering the comments submitted, Forest officials will prepare a Final Environmental Impact Statement and designate a system of roads, trails and areas open for motor vehicle use by class of vehicle and season of use. The decision is expected to publish in the Federal Register in November of 2020.
    Six new motor vehicle use maps will be published for the Pike and San Isabel National Forests. These new maps will complement the two that already exist for the Cimarron and Comanche National Grasslands. All will be available free of charge.
    The Draft Environmental Impact Statement can be found at: https://www.fs.usda.gov/project/?project=48214 under the “Analysis” tab.


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    CALIFORNIA - Governor Vetoes AB1086 (Carnegie Expansion bill)
    Dear OHV Enthusiasts,
    BRC wants to join with our California partners, California Four Wheel Drive Association and AMA District 36, to thank all the men and women who stepped up to make a difference. Thank you for all your hard work and long hours doing comments, sending letters, making phone calls, attending meetings and just showing up. This is your Victory.
    On Friday, October 11, 2019 Governor Newsom vetoed the Assembly Bill 1086 (Carnegie Expansion bill).

    Thank you for all your hard work.
    Spencer Gilbert
    Executive Director
    BlueRibbon Coalition/Sharetrails
    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.- https://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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    Dear Dean and Billie Jean,

    We are really excited to share with you what we are doing! BRC was grateful to be part of the team that encouraged a veto from California Governor Gavin Newsom in regards to the proposed disposition and sale of part of the revered Carnegie SVRA! We are working on a proposal, by locals in Oceano Dunes, California, to install sand walls to prevent the closure of the state's largest beach OHV park. Local groups like Freedom Ropes, Friends of Oceano Dunes and Dandi Offroad have worked for years to preserve this park.

    BRC's purpose and resources are being dedicated to support the legislative and organizational efforts of local groups that have a vested interest in fighting for their lands! We recently went to Washington DC to advocate for the re-authorization of the Recreational Trails Program (RTP). RTP was the work of AMA great Rob Dingman, BRC founder Clark Collins and others. We have always been most effective when we had strong capable partners. To be successful, we need AMA, SEMA, ORBA, ISMA, CORVA, UPLA and the rest!

    We applaud and support the efforts of groups like Cal4Wheel, Pacific Northwest Four Wheel Drive Association, Red Rock 4-Wheelers, the Utah OHV Association and others, too numerous to count, who fight tirelessly to defend against local closures. As partners, we need to work together to open up acreage for all modalities, instead of just opposing closures. There is land aplenty, and we need to stand fearlessly and advocate for our righteous cause.

    When you look at our recent
    fundraiser, you can see how aggressive we have gotten. You know how hard we are working. We are asking for your help to move forward with our agenda. If you have already donated to the Fall Fundraiser, you have our sincerest thanks, and if you are still considering whether to donate or not, then take another look, pick an issue, send us a check or better yet click the donate button below and help us get this done!


    Sincerely,





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    ARIZONA - FS Announces Additional Public Meetings on Revised Motorized Travel Management Plan
    Greetings BRC Action Alert Subscribers,
    The Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests are holding additional public meetings for those interested in commenting on the Revised Draft Environmental Impact Statement (Revised DEIS) for the Public Motorized Travel Management Plan in Apache, Coconino, Greenlee, and Navajo Counties on the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests. The Revised DEIS describes all alternatives in detail and more information, including all project links, can be found in the Travel Management Project Home Page.
    These meetings during the comment period are to share information on the Revised DEIS, answer questions, and discuss how to comment on this project. Our open house meetings will provide a self-guided setting where the public can browse the information. Subject matter experts will also be on-hand to answer questions. Please feel free to join us at any time during the public participation opportunities listed below.
    Public Meeting Schedule
    Wednesday - October 23, 2019
    3:30 pm to 5:30 pm
    Alpine Community Center
    12 County Road 2061
    Alpine, AZ 85920

    Thursday - October 24, 2019
    4:00 pm to 6:00 pm
    Heber-Overgaard Fire District
    2061 Lumber Valley Road
    Overgaard, AZ 85933

    For additional information, questions and requests regarding this action, including requests for a hard copy of the Revised DEIS, please contact the travel management hotline at 928-333-6267 or send an email to [email protected]. If you haven't provided comments already, see the link below for letter with information and instructions on how to provide comments.
    20190829_ASTMRCommentPeriod_FinalCoverLetter.pdf
    TMP FLYER - Public Mtgs (revised 10-17-19).pdf
    Thanks in advance and, as always, if you have any questions or concerns, please contact BRC.
    Ric Foster
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    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. -
    https://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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    Recreational Trails Program (RTP)

    MIC, SVIA, ROHVA, and other members of the Coalition for Recreational Trails (CRT) have been working diligently with Senate and House staff to ensure continued funding of the Recreational Trails Program (RTP) and to hopefully increase the amount supporting recreational trails. To that end, we are active on three fronts:

    1. Reauthorization of the RTP bill in the 2020 Transportation Reauthorization Bill
    2. Continued funding for the RTP program
    3. Getting our fair share of recreation gas tax money back for the RTP

    Robert Adler named Acting Chairman of the CPSC

    On Oct. 1st, Robert (Bob) Adler became the Acting Chairman of the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC). Adler was appointed by a majority vote of the CPSC Commissioners to assume the role of Acting Chairman. This change was precipitated former Chair Ann Marie Burkle’s term expired at the end of September. Burkle had been serving as the commission’s acting chairwoman since February 2017, and decided to withdraw her pending nomination. She planned to step down as acting chairwoman on Sept. 30th and depart the agency on Oct. 27th.
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    Appropriators Assert Authority over Proposed BLM Move

    On July 16th in a letter to Congress the Department of Interior announced a proposal to relocate the Bureau of Land Management (BLM)’s headquarters to Colorado and stated it had $5.6 million on hand to begin the transition in fiscal 2019. The letter was met with significant opposition by some in Congress who vowed to oppose the relocation.
    BEA Releases Economic Impact of Outdoor Recreation

    Last month the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) released the first-ever state-by-state data analyzing the economic impact of the outdoor recreation industry on each state. According to the report, nationally the U.S. outdoor recreation economy accounted for 2.2 percent of current-dollar gross domestic product (GDP), had a $778 billion economic impact, and accounted for 5.2 million jobs in 2017. They also provided individual state data which can be found here; https://apps.bea.gov/regional/orsa/stateMap.cfm.
    New Department of the Interior Deputy Secretary Nominee

    On Sept. 30th, President Trump announced his intent to nominate Katharine MacGregor to be the Department of the Interior’s new Deputy Secretary. Secretary of the Interior David Bernhardt welcomed the announcement.
    Senate to Hold Hearings on Outdoor Recreation Bills

    On Sept. 19th, the House Natural Resources Subcommittee on National Parks, Forest and Public Lands held a hearing on H.R. 3458, the Recreation Not Red Tape Act (RNR Act) and H.R. 3879, the Simplifying Outdoor Access for Recreation Act (SOAR). The panel included members from the outdoor community and representatives from Bureau of Land Management, U.S. Department of the Interior, U.S. Forest Service and U.S. Department of Agriculture.
    USFS Maintenance Backlog

    H.R. 1225, Restore Our Parks and Public Lands Act has picked up momentum as was passed out of the House Natural Resources Committee on June 26th. It is currently awaiting floor activity in the House. The bill, introduced by Rep. Bishop (R-UT) states that, funds could not exceed $1.3 billion for any fiscal year and would be equal to 50% of all energy development revenues due and payable to the United States from oil, gas, coal, alternative or renewable energy development on Federal land.
    Department of Interior Annual Designation Program

    The department of the Interior is currently taking nominations for the National Recreation Trails (NRT) designation. There are two procedures for applying for the NRT designation, depending on whether the trail is on land administered by the U.S. Department of Agriculture or any other land. The application process is for trails on state, local, or private land, or, on federal land (outside the U.S. Department of Agriculture). If the trail is on National Forest, National Grassland, or other land managed by the Department of Agriculture, see the USDA application process. Allowable uses under the NRT designation include; off-road recreation vehicles such as motorcycles, snowmobiles, ATV’s and four-wheel drive vehicles.
    USFS Proposes Exemption of Tongass National Forest from Roadless Rule

    The United States Forest Service (USFS) is seeking public comment on the proposed rule and draft environmental impact statement offering alternatives to roadless management and a proposed Alaska Roadless Rule. If adopted, the proposed rule would exempt the Tongass National Forest from the 2001 Roadless Rule. The Secretary of Agriculture is expected to make a final decision by June 2020.


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    WASHINGTON - Submit Comments on Road Usage Charge Plan
    Dear BRC Action Alert Subscriber,
    Today, November 15, 2019, is the deadline to comment on Washington State Transportation Commission's preliminary recommendations on the Washington Road Usage Charge.
    For background, the Transportation Commission is studying replacing a gas tax with a charge based on mileage driven. The Commission is currently accepting comments on their recommendations. The current gas tax allocates funding for NOVA - a program designed to protect recreational roads and trails. The recommendations for the Road Usage Charge do not address what would happen to the NOVA fund if the gas tax was replaced.
    By clicking the link you will be taken to a one question survey. Off-road enthusiasts should take 2-3 minutes to respond to this survey and ensure that our voices are considered in this process. In your comment you can request that the Commission ensure that funding sources of Off-highway uses should not be jeopardized by the change in tax revenue collection methods.
    Thanks in advance and, as always, if you have any questions or concerns, please contact ST/BRC.
    Ben Burr
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    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. -
    https://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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