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March 2017 eNews

In this edition of eNews:

 

  • 2017 4WD Events
  • Help Restore Off-road Damage in Death Valley  
  • Millennials Driving Growth In Camping
  • California Bill To Undermine Off-Highway Vehicles Program Approved by Senate Committee
  • UFWDA could use help
  • Unintended Consequences
  • Bantam Jeep Heritage Festival Continues to Grow with More Activities and Jeep Fun in Seventh Year
  • Feral cats – the ultimate killer
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February 2017 eNews

  • 2017 4WD Events
  • UFWDA Congratulate the Blue Ribbon Coalition on their 30 Year Celebration
  • Thank You Quadratec
  • TRANS BORNEO 2017
  • Input sought to shape future of AZ off-highway vehicle use
  • VA4WDA Updates
  • Rachel Notley and the NDP are waging a war on fun.
  • UFWDA could use help
  • Outdoor rec industry defends public lands??
  • Get your rig ready and go outside with us!
  • SFWDA Trailfest 2017
  • Ineos to create new 4×4 vehicle inspired by Land Rover Defender

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January 2017 eNews

Headlines

  • 2017 4WD Events
  • President Obama added New Monument Designations
  • High Trails Colorado
  • The BIG Cover Up
  • OHV Advocates Settle Longstanding Litigation
  • Notice of Proposed Withdrawal and Notice of Public Meeting; California
  • If There’s A Jeep In Your Driveway, It Needs to Be Here!
  • Arizona OHV recreation and the BLM
  • Sequoia National Forest and BLM to hold OHV Grant Workshop
  • Bill to Protect Motorsports Reintroduced in the U.S. House of Representatives
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December 2016 eNews

Headlines:

  • 51st Annual All-4-Fun
  • Outdoor Recreation Jobs and Economic Impact Act of 2016
  • Rock Junction
  • Endangered listing for flat-tailed horned lizard deemed not warranted
  • BLM’s National Motorized Recreation Action Plan State Meetings
  • VA4WDA 2017 Calendar of Events
  • SAVE THE DATES FOR THE 2017 COHVCO WORKSHOPS
  • Rebelle Rally Winners Recap
  • Jeep vs Porsche?
  • A Jeep into the future?

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November 2016 eNews

Headlines:

  • From the Federal Register
  • SFWDA newsletter
  • Wheelin’ For Hope
  • Celebrating 25 years of the Recreational Trails Program
  • Toyota offers to settle US truck/SUV rust case
  • Director’s Order #100- Resource Stewardship for the 21st Century
  • BRC / OHV Upcoming Events page

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BFGoodrich® Tires Outstanding Trails Program 2016 Winners announced

Las Vegas, Nev., Nov. 3, 2016 – BFGoodrich® Tires, in collaboration with 4 Wheel Parts,
United Four Wheel Drive Associations, Blue Ribbon Coalition and Off Road Business
Association, today announced the winners of the 2016 Outstanding Trails program. Nominated for uniqueness, terrain type and enthusiast following, the trails selected and the associated clubs for this year’s program are:
· Sidewinder Trail, Colorado, Mile-Hi Jeep Club
· Daniel Boone Backcountry Byway, Kentucky, Ohio River Four Wheelers
· 21 Road, Grand Junction, Colorado, Grand Mesa Jeep Club
· Hagen Creek Trail, Yacolt Burn State Forest, Washington , Piston’s Wild Motorsports Club

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UFWDA eNews September 2016

Headlines

  • Make a Difference; Register to Vote
  • From the Federal Register: Notice of Individual Special Recreation Permit Requirement in the King Range National Conservation Area, California
  • The September 2016 NMOHVA Newsletter
  • OHV Economic Impact Survey
  • THE APPALLING ECONOMIC, ENVIRONMENTAL AND SOCIAL COSTS OF FEDERAL CONTROL
  • OHV Upcoming Events page
  • Five Types of Fires That Everyone Needs to Know How to Build

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UFWDA eNews July 2016

Headlines:

Counting Down to the UFWDA Annual Meeting

Parks Transformation Team’s plan to gut the CA OHV Program.

Jeep is the engine that drives Fiat Chrysler globally

All Parties Interested in Uses of the Manti-La Sal National Forest

VA4WDA 24th Annual Trail Ride at Oakridge Estate in Nelson County VA

U.S. Four Wheeling Competition Is Still At Risk

Johnson Valley to be closed August 14-21

Blizzard/Snow Volunteering… memories of winter

SFWDA July 2016 Newsletter

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