The BRC Action Plan for Moab – Five Actions You Can Take to Fight for Our Trails

The BRC Action Plan for Moab – Five Actions You Can Take to Fight for Our Trails

The picture above is the Taylor Canyon Overlook located at the end of a route that the Bureau of Land Management lovingly refers to as Route 1026B. It is one of the 317 miles of trails that will be closed by the final travel plan that the BLM released for this area...
Add Your Organization to Our Letter Opposing the Bureau of Land Management Conservation Rule

Add Your Organization to Our Letter Opposing the Bureau of Land Management Conservation Rule

Proposed changes to FLPMA by the Bureau of Land Management pose a massive threat to our public lands and current uses of these lands. While recreation, mining and grazing are all recognized uses of BLM lands, the rule would designate conservation as a use on par with...
CONTACT YOUR MEMBER OF CONGRESS: BRC Supports Legislation to Withdraw Proposed BLM Rule “Conservation and Landscape Health”

CONTACT YOUR MEMBER OF CONGRESS: BRC Supports Legislation to Withdraw Proposed BLM Rule “Conservation and Landscape Health”

The Bureau of Land Management recently proposed a new rule to FLPMA to prioritize conservation and landscape health on BLM managed lands. This rule proposes prioritizing conservation on BLM land through a new scheme of selling “conservation leases.” This...
Protect Access in the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument

Protect Access in the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument

Located in southern Oregon and Northern California the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument is roughly 113,500 acres. The Bureau of Land Management is updating the Resource Management Plan that will manage the future of the entirety of the monument and what is permitted...
Protecting Unique and Beautiful Landscapes by Investing in California (PUBLIC) Act to Further the 30X30 Agenda and Lock Up Public Lands

Protecting Unique and Beautiful Landscapes by Investing in California (PUBLIC) Act to Further the 30X30 Agenda and Lock Up Public Lands

Senator Padilla of California recently introduced the Protecting Unique and Beautiful Landscapes by Investing in California (PUBLIC) Act. This bill will further protections on over one million acres of land within Northwest California, the Central Coast, and Los...
Support the Outdoor Americans with Disabilities Act

RELEASE – BlueRibbon Coalition Announces Support for Outdoor Americans with Disabilities Act

SALT LAKE CITY – Today BlueRibbon Coalition announced its support for the Outdoor Americans with Disabilities Act, which was introduced in the United States Senate by Senator Mike Lee (R) UT. The BlueRibbon Coalition (BRC) is a national 501c3 that advocates for...
2160 Miles of Swell: Public Comment Open for San Rafael Swell Travel Management

2160 Miles of Swell: Public Comment Open for San Rafael Swell Travel Management

Another travel management plan in southern Utah is open for public comment until July 22, 2024. Over 1.1 million acres is being evaluated for routes in the San Rafael Swell. The Swell is known for world class off-roading, singletrack, and dispersed camping. Many...
Historic Roadways Protection Act to Get Hearing in U.S. Senate

Historic Roadways Protection Act to Get Hearing in U.S. Senate

On June 12 the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee will hold a hearing on the Historic Roadways Protection Act. This legislation would restrict the Bureau of Land Management from closing roads through implementation of recently completed travel plans in Utah...
Oppose New Areas of Critical Environmental Concern in Bears Ears National Monument

Oppose New Areas of Critical Environmental Concern in Bears Ears National Monument

Bears Ears National Monument in southeast Utah is updating the resource management plan, the overarching plan that will direct the future of the monument for decades. This plan will show which areas are off limits to certain users including mining, recreation,...
Dolores River Travel Management Plan: More Moab Closures

Dolores River Travel Management Plan: More Moab Closures

Another travel plan affecting trails near Moab is being considered by the Bureau of Land Management. The area is East of Moab where the Dolores River crosses over the Colorado/Utah border, and includes popular trails such as Rose Garden Hill, Buckhorn Draw, Hideout...