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FOR OVER 30 YEARS WE HAVE BEEN LEADING THE FIGHT TO KEEP ROADS, TRAILS, AND RECREATION AREAS OPEN. WE’VE WON PIVOTAL LEGAL BATTLES, WE MAINTAIN A CONSTANT PRESENCE OF GRASSROOTS ADVOCACY, AND WITH OVER 700,000 REPRESENTED MEMBERS WE ARE THE BROADEST COALITION OF OUTDOOR ENTHUSIASTS IN THE COUNTRY. AND WE’RE JUST GETTING STARTED.
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Our Top Priorities
We are taking on some of the biggest challenges for recreation access. If you’re aware of an issue please let us know, and we’ll get to work for you!
Fight for Every Inch
We’re working to challenge Antiquities Act abuse and the expansion of restrictive land-use designations.
We’re standing up to anti-access groups in Utah and working to keep over 10,000 miles of trails open for recreation in Utah.
Western Phoenix Project
We have created the Western Phoenix Project to develop an aggressive policy, public education, and litigation strategy to empower our land managers with a better system for protecting our communities. With your help we will do the work to reopen the roads, lands and trails of the West and hold the decision makers and stakeholders accountable. Then, we will work with our growing team of organizations and allies to develop the land reform agenda we need to adopt to rise out of the ashes of this mess.
Dispersed Camping Access Alliance
Anti-access groups who want to shut down access to public lands in the West have made serious efforts to restrict, regulate, or eliminate dispersed camping.
We're Fighting Moab's Unlawful OHV Ban
Help us challenge Moab’s unlawful ban on OHV users, businesses, and events.
It's not often that we see projects proposed that are looking to improve recreation access on public lands. The Lake Winfield Scott Recreation Area Improvement projects not only look to improve access but also accommodate larger groups and vehicles. This area is...
The Stanislaus National Forest in Northern California is accepting public comment for its proposed Social and Ecological Resilience Across the Landscape (SERAL) project. This forest is almost the size of Rhode Island. In August of 2021 the entire forest was closed to...
The Ashley National Forest located primarily in Utah but partially in Wyoming has not updated their management plan since 1986. The USFS has released the draft Environmental Impact Statement and the draft is open for public comment. This is the second stage in the...
NOAA Proposing to Designate Chumash Heritage National Marine Sanctuary: One more federal government layer to restrict use
UPDATE- The comment period has been extended until January 31st. The National Marine Sanctuary Act grants permission to the National Ocean and Atmospheric Administration NOAA to designate national marine sanctuaries. The Northern Chumash Council, which is not a...
We ran the numbers yesterday, and it looks like we're still about $7,000 short of hitting our end of year fundraising goal. You might have seen our earlier post where we set the goal to match the goal of one of the more aggressive anti-access groups. We knew that this...