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  1. Had a great time this weekend at Brimstone Recreation. Wonderful trails, awesome staff, and great accommodations. Definitely a must!
  2. First... the good news: Arizona Federal judge sides with BLM on management of Arizona Strip lands http://cronkitenewsonline.com/federal-judge-sides-with-blm-on-management-of-az-str -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Now, the bad news: Montana Setback in Lewis and Clark National Forest Lawsuit In April of 2010 BRC, the Motorcycle Industry Council, the Specialty Vehicle Institute of America and Montana user groups were celebrating a landmark legal victory in a lawsuit challenging the Lewis and Clark National Forest (LCNF) 2007 Travel Management Plan. A federal court in Montana agreed with our claims that the LCNF violated federal law. The central theme of the decision was that the Plan was more restrictive than any of the alternatives vetted during the public review process. The Court found that the Forest's final decision "reduced total motorized routes by nearly thirty percent from the most restrictive Draft EIS alternative. It also closed several routes which were not identified for closure in any DEIS alternative." The Court also struck down the agency's treatment of off-route travel for dispersed camping. The Draft Environmental Impact Study (DEIS) portrayed as an element common to every alternative a 300-foot-wide allowance, which was already in place in the Forest since 2001. In the Final EIS, and thus without the opportunity for further public input, this was altered to a "vehicle-plus-trailer-length" allowance in every alternative. Sadly, a three-judge panel of the 9th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals has reversed that ruling finding the U.S. Forest Service did not violate the law when it strayed beyond the range of alternatives proposed in a draft environmental impact statement, as long as the plan differed in only minor ways from one of the alternatives and was “somewhere within” the range of alternatives proposed. I don't want to say too much about this because BRC and the other recreational groups are evaluating our options. Needless to say... stay tuned! Read about the decision: Law 360 Article: No Review Needed For Feds' RV Rule Changes: 9th Circ. https://www.sharetrails.org/public-lands/no-review-needed-for-feds-rv-rule-changes Little Belt travel plan restricting vehicles ruling upheld Little Belt travel plan restricting vehicles ruling upheld | Great Falls Tribune | greatfallstribune.com -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- More Montana newsclips Borrowing trouble: Snowmobiles, ATVs banned in Lincoln area ditches Borrowing trouble: Snowmobiles, ATVs banned in Lincoln area ditches | Great Falls Tribune | greatfallstribune.com -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Colorado BLM finalizes plan for northwest Colorado lands BLM finalizes plan for northwest Colorado lands « Summit County Citizens Voice BLM plan for Colorado balances oil-and-gas uses with conservation BLM plan for Colorado balances oil-and-gas uses with conservation - The Denver Post BLM land plan for NW Colorado displeases enviros, energy interests http://www.bizjournals.com/blm-land-plan-for-nw-colorado Settlement talks put Lenado snowmobile suit on hold http://www.aspentimes.com/111019950/1077&ParentProfile=1058 Here's a letter to the editor from Ed Marston, from High Country News, about a land trade in W. Colorado Public must be involved in land exchange http://www.deltacountyindependent.com/public-must-be-involved-in-land-exchange Developers block Forest Service road near Edwards Developers block Forest Service road near Edwards | VailDaily.com BLM issues final decision for Little Snake management plan http://www.craigdailypress.com/blm-issues-final-decision-little-snake-management Udall’s ski area summer-use bill passes the House Udall’s ski area summer-use bill passes the House « Summit County Citizens Voice -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Idaho Rock climbers left in the dark Rock climbers left in the dark - Rock climbers left in the dark: Home BLM offering reward for info leading to arrest of those who vandalized old mercury milling site in Owyhee County http://www.idahostatesman.com/blm-offering-reward-for-info-leading.html -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Iowa Officials responding to four-wheeler complaints Officials responding to four-wheeler complaints - MessengerNews.net | News, Sports, Jobs, Community Info. - The Messenger -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Oregon Oceano Dunes dust study called a little murky http://www.sanluisobispo.com/1797028/oceano-dunes-dust-study-called.html From Eugene Oregon's registerguard.com EDITORIAL: Oregon’s ‘crown jewels’ http://www.registerguard.com/wilderness-kitzhaber-rogue-wild-acres Earlier this year, Interior Secretary Kenneth Salazar asked governors and congressional representatives across the nation to identify “crown jewels,” natural treasures on Bureau of Land Management lands in their states that should be considered for federal wilderness protection. Oregon Gov. John Kitzhaber took him at his word and recently fired off a wish list to Salazar. Kitzhaber’s requests should receive serious consideration for inclusion in wilderness legislation that the Interior chief plans to submit to Congress in its current session. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- New Mexico Speaking of the Department of Interior's wilderness lobbying efforts... U.S. Interior official visits Taos; Gorge up for wilderness designation U.S. Interior official visits Taos Río Grande Gorge - The Taos News: News: hayes, interior, wilderness, gorge, bingaman -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Washington State Reiter Foothills Update NEW $10,000 GRANT WILL BENEFIT RECREATIONAL PROJECT IN UPPER SKY VALLEY Sky Valley Chronicle News -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Nevada Elko County seeks forest travel plan hearing Elko County seeks forest travel plan hearing - Sunday, Oct. 16, 2011 | 5:58 p.m. - Las Vegas Sun Elko County officials seek hearing on Forest Service's travel management plan http://www.lvrj.com/news/elko-county-officials-seek-hearing-on-fs-travel-management -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Bonus The gang over at ROHVA blasted an update the other day on their efforts to get manufacturers of UTV (Side by Sides) to coordinate on occupant safety. Recreational Off-Highway Vehicle Association Continues Pioneering Work In Support of Consensus Standards and Occupant Safety Recreational Off-Highway Vehicle Association Continues Pioneering Work In Support of Consensus Standards and Occupant Safety «
  3. BLUERIBBON COALITION BRC Announces Release of BRC's Recreation News Dear BRC Action Alert Subscriber, BRC is has added another tool to help our members and supporters learn about the issues that affect you. In an age of information overload, it's difficult to filter out the chaff and focus on just one issue. And when that issue is recreational access -- it's even harder to tolerate the misinformation and bias! BRC's Recreation News provides a snapshot of breaking news on recreation and public lands issues. We break it down by state, link to the story, and, when the mood strikes, we even offer some of BRC's legendary pithy commentary. Each day BRC's Public Lands Department staff scans the World Wide Web and the different media outlets in order to bring you the information that matters to you. We do this to help you protect your roads, trails and snowmobile areas. BRC's Recreation News is the place to stay on top of the issues. To subscribe, just go to www.sharetrails.org/subscribe, and fill out the appropriate information. Then under "Please select the mailing lists you would like to be subscribed to:" select "BRC's Recreation News" from the list of check boxes and then click "Subscribe". You must sign up to receive BRC's Recreation News even if you are already on the Action Alert list. This will not change any other list you are already signed up for. Thanks! Brian Hawthorne Public Lands Policy Director BlueRibbon Coalition 208-237-1008 ext 102
  4. By Brian Hawthorne, BlueRibbon Coalition Jon Tester, a U.S. Senator from Montana, is holding meetings on legislation he calls the "Forest Jobs and Recreation Act." It's a Wilderness bill dressed up as a compromise between preservation, forest health and recreation. The stated purpose of which is: To sustain the economic development and recreational use of National Forest System land and other More...
  5. BLUERIBBON COALITION PARTNER ACTION ALERT! Dear BRC Action Alert Subscriber, I have to tell you, everyone at BRC is enormously thrilled with the formation of an organization of professional land managers who are actually professional land managers -- instead of shills for the Wilderness lobby! We are very pleased to be able to forward you the latest from Larry Smith and the folks at Americans for Responsible Recreational Access (ARRA). Read and enjoy! Brian Hawthorne Public Lands Policy Director BlueRibbon Coalition 208-237-1008 ext 107 Land Managers Supports Sustainable Recreation Washington, D.C., May 5, 2009 - A new group, Professionals for Managed Recreation (PMR), has been formed to promote environmentally sustainable, managed recreation. PMR is comprised of retired land management officials who favor access for managed, responsible motorized recreation on public lands. Each of the officials has extensive experience in successfully managing off-highway vehicle (OHV) recreation on a National Forest and/or Bureau of Land Management unit. The new group's mission statement is, "Professionals for Managed Recreation is committed to encouraging, promoting and expanding sustainable OHV recreation through training, advocacy and on-the-ground management activities. PMR's website is hosted by Americans for Responsible Recreational Access and can be found here: PMR - Professionals for Managed Recreation. Tom Crimmins, lead PMR spokesman and retired Forest Service official of 32 years, stated, "Professionals for Managed Recreation presents an opportunity to convey that with proper management, OHV trail systems can be fun, challenging, and most importantly, sustainable." Crimmins authored Management Guidelines for Off-Highway Vehicle Recreation, which can be downloaded from the PMR website for free. The book discusses approaches to OHV recreation management to meet both land manager and rider objectives. Topics addressed include route planning, trail design and active management, with many specific examples. Currently, four other retired land managers join Crimmins as members of PMR. Crimmins stated, "We have a great core of experienced land managers who have all successfully managed OHV programs on public lands. We know there are more folks like us out there who, by definition, are retired but remain actively engaged in promoting sustainable management techniques, and we encourage them to be a part of PMR." Crimmins concluded, "Closure is not the only option for land managers dealing with OHV recreation. In fact in nearly every case responsible, active management is the real solution. Each member of PMR has experience in managing sustainable OHV trail systems and it is that experience that we would like to share." * 1152 15th Street NW * Suite 800 * Washington, DC 20005 * PH: (202) 336-5116 *
  6. BLUERIBBON COALITION, INC FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Del Albright Phone: 209.304.7693 Email: [email protected] NATIONAL RECREATION ORGANIZATION QUALIFIES FOR COMBINED FEDERAL CAMPAIGN BlueRibbon Coalition now on national charity list for easy donations POCATELLO, ID (April 14) - The BlueRibbon Coalition (BRC) announced today that the United States Office of Personnel Management has granted the Coalition official status in the Combined Federal Campaign Charity List for 2009. BlueRibbon will be listed under National/International Independent Organizations for charitable donations. This will make it much easier for employees of participating federal agencies to donate anytime to BRC. For over 20 years, the BlueRibbon Coalition has promoted responsible use and stewardship of our public lands. Nationally recognized as the grassroots non-profit organization working for all trails and all types of recreation, BRC is a powerful advocate in educating the American public. Based in the concept of multiple-use, BRC walks the talk of its website, which is BlueRibbon Coalition: Preserving your recreational access to public lands.. Brian Hawthorne, BRC Public Lands Policy Director, noted that, "We empower our members to be meaningfully involved to help keep all forms of recreation alive and well, while taking care of our environment. Our mission, to preserve access for all, is more than a passion; it's a promise." "We are proud to have our eligibility for donations through the Combined Federal Campaign officially recognized," said Greg Mumm, BRC Executive Director. "We look forward to this new way for folks to support our great Coalition." All Federal employees, including military personnel, receive the Charity List for CFC, and BRC will be listed as: 11402 BlueRibbon Coalition. # # # The BlueRibbon Coalition is a national recreation group that champions responsible recreation, and encourages individual environmental stewardship. It represents over 10,000 individual members and 1,200 organization and business members, for a combined total of over 600,000 recreationists nationwide. 1-800-258-3742. BlueRibbon Coalition: Preserving your recreational access to public lands.

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