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April 21, 2003 12:00 AM
(media)
POCATELLO, ID (April 21) — BlueRibbon Coalition Public Lands Director Bill Dart will be the featured speaker at a University of Utah Earth Day celebration April 22nd. Dart was invited to speak to the students by Steven Nielson, founder of the Multiple Use Club at the University. Dart will stress the importance of real - on the ground -...
April 17, 2003 12:00 AM
Dear Subscriber: Ads have appeared this week in nearly every newspaper in Idaho informing the public, "Wilderness – It's Not What You Think It Is." The ads are our effort to counter a massive push by green groups to get some more Wilderness designated in Idaho. They have especially targeted the Boulder White Clouds and the Owyhees.
April 4, 2003 1:00 AM
(media)
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EL CENTRO, CA (April 4) — Federal rangers and key off-highway vehicle (OHV) leaders gathered on April 2/3 at the Bureau of Land Management's (BLM) El Centro Field Office for a two day sound testing workshop. The goal of the conference was to train the attendees to conduct sound testing in order to comply with the new 2003 California 96...
April 1, 2003 1:00 AM
(yellowstone)
On Tuesday, March 25, 2003 Karen Wade, Director of the Intermountain Region of the National Park Service, signed the Record of Decision outlining the future of snowmobile access to these Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks. The decision sets strict limits on numbers of snowmobiles allowed in the Parks, caps entries at specific gateways,...
April 1, 2003 1:00 AM
(Normal Story)
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April 1, 2003 1:00 AM
(Normal Story)
ARIZONA There is talk about raiding, or at least borrowing, funds from the Arizona OHV fund to reduce the budget deficit that Arizona, like many other states, is facing this year. We are working with Arizona officials and activists to make sure that this doesn't happen. We are also asking for the Arizona State Parks OHV Program leader position to...
April 1, 2003 1:00 AM
(Regular Editorial)
(Land Use Chair, Eastern 4 Wheelers)
There was the cartoon, in all its abhorrent glory. A parody of the Goofus and Gallant cartoons some of us may be old enough to remember from Highlites Magazine in our local dentist's office. It read like this: Hey! Guess who's all grown up and living in Wallingford, CT.? It's Goofus and Gallant, and they're still setting examples for you, just...
April 1, 2003 1:00 AM
(Staff Editorial)
(Incoming BRC Public Lands Director)
I think just about everyone is getting tired of hearing about Yellowstone and the ongoing battles to preserve snowmobile access to our first National Park, but we just can't seem to end the debate. As most of you are aware, the National Park Service recently released their final decision on snowmobiling in Yellowstone, and it is a positive...
April 1, 2003 1:00 AM
(National Public Lands Report)
(Incoming BRC Public Lands Director)
The current economic climate and anti-OHV forces, have brought pressure to bear on several state OHV Programs. The Washington state OHV program has long been extremely contentious, due to efforts by the non-motorized community led by the Washington Trails Association (WTA). WTA tries to divert OHV funds into non-motorized recreation. A recent...
April 1, 2003 1:00 AM
(Regular Editorial)
(46 Corners OHV Club, Inc. Member)
As we all know, ATVs are a very controversial mode of transportation. Most negative views have originated from the actions of irresponsible riders--the minority, but the most visible to those who want fuel to add to the anti-ATV fire. ATV riders have long complained about not having places to ride or having riding areas shut down, but ask yourself...

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