For around 25 years, UFWDA have run an occasional survey to get a picture of our recreation and its participants. We welcome participation in this survey, which should take less than 15 minutes of your time, but will be valuable to UFWDA.
Recently published online, is a website linked to the USFS outlining the basics of sustainable trails and lists of resources. While aimed at ATV, the message is the same for 4×4 trails.
about the relationship between soil and water and how sustainable trail design can help prevent erosion and other harmful effects caused by erosion.
sustainable trails or improve existing ones using these time-tested techniques, each with detailed descriptions and photos.
existing trails with methods for monitoring trail use and make decisions on how best to target resources for maintaining and improving trails.
From the Bureau of Land Management
Representatives from the Bureau of Land Management and the Marine Corps will host a Resource Management Group meeting about the changes in land use in the Johnson Valley Off-Highway Vehicle Recreation Area at the Lucerne Valley Community Center on August 16, 2014 from 1-3 PM.
The purpose of the meeting is to discuss the future locations of the Marine’s company objective areas within the Shared Use Area for military training in accordance with Military Land Withdrawals Act of 2013 (Public Law 113-66).
Input from State agencies, Off-Highway Vehicle and other recreation interest groups, and environmental advocacy groups as well as the public in general are encouraged and welcomed to attend.
The Lucerne Valley Community Center is located at 33187 Old Woman Springs Road, Lucerne Valley, CA. For additional information, contact the Bureau of Land Management, Barstow Field Manager, at 760-252-6004; email: firstname.lastname@example.org; or the MCAGCC Public Affairs Office at 760-830-6213; email: SMBPLMSWEBPAO@usmc.mil.