With its charter issue in late December, charter subscriptions to the new magazine OutdoorX4 are now available.
OutdoorX4 is focused on providing engaging content that inspire adventurers and families alike to get out and explore responsibly, whether it’s in a 4×4 vehicle, dual-sport motorcycle, or using various modes of transportation to get out and enjoy the outdoors.
Charter subscriptions are only $25 annually ($30 Canada, $55 International) and include the following:
– Six issues (print & digital) offered bi-monthly in perfect-bound format
– OutdoorX4 decal
– DVD copy of “Nature Propelled”, a film about utilizing the natural elements to explore
Thank You to Survive Off Road for their commitment to being “United”. UFWDA appreciates their sponsorship support. They have a great website and you can also find them on Facebook at www.facebook.com/SurviveOffRoad , be sure to visit!
Now is the time for your company to commit to being united in our fight to keep our trails open. Join us.
Contact Business (at) ufwda.org to learn more
For information on the planning process or public meetings visit: http://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/sierra/home/?cid=STELPRDB5407995
Technical In-Person Meeting
Friday, Aug 16, 2013
1 to 4PM
Sierra National Forest Supervisor’s Office, 1600 Tollhouse Road, Clovis, CA 93611
General Public Meeting
Saturday, Aug 17, 2013
1 to 4 p.m.
Holiday Inn – Fresno Airport, Fresno, CA. 5090 E. Clinton Way, Fresno, CA 93727
Public Meeting via webinar
Tuesday, Aug 20, 2013
Webinar address to be announced
For questions contact Rebecca Garcia, SNF Public Affairs Officer (559) 297-0706 extension 4804 or email@example.com.
IDAHO STATE PARKS AND RECREATION TO HOLD OPEN HOUSES TO DISCUSS RECREATIONAL VEHICLE REGISTRATION RECOMMENDATIONS
Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation (IDPR) invites members of the public to attend one of three open houses scheduled in August. The open houses will take place at the following dates and locations:
August 13, 2013
6 p.m. – 8 p.m.
1. Northern Idaho: Department of Lands Region Office, 3802 Industrial Ave, Coeur d’Alene, Idaho 83815
2. Eastern Idaho: IDPR East Region Office, 4279 Commerce Circle, Suite B, Idaho Falls, Idaho 83401
August 15, 2013
6 p.m. – 8 p.m.
3. Southern Idaho: IDPR HQ Offices, 5657 Warm Springs Blvd, Boise, Idaho 83716
The Idaho Department of Parks of Recreation was tasked with analyzing recreational vehicle registrations in the state and making recommendations for how that process should be managed in the future.
The Idaho Department of Parks of Recreation was tasked with analyzing recreational vehicle registrations in the state and making recommendations for how that process should be managed in the future. The purpose of these open houses is to allow the public an opportunity to review and comment on the recommendations set forth by the recreational vehicle registration taskforce and consulting group hired by Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation.
There will be an open forum for public comment as well as an opportunity for a question and answer session with staff present.
Contact: Jennifer Okerlund, Communications Manager
(208) 514-2254; Jennifer.Okerlund@idpr.idaho.gov
Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation
PO Box 83720 • Boise ID 83720-0065 • 208-334-4199 • fax: 208-334-5232
MONTANA: The Flathead National Forest is embarking on a multi-year process to update its Forest Plan, the document that guides how the forest manages your public lands. The Forest Plan provides direction for managing resources and activities such as recreation, fish and wildlife habitat, historic and sacred sites, vegetation, mineral exploration and development, and timber.
The Forest Service is holding 4 public field trips which will each focus on subject matter important to the Forest Plan. During these field trips the public is asked to share their values and the benefits they derive from the Flathead National Forest as well as provide input to help the forest staff accurately capture the current conditions on the forest.
Trips will run from 8:30 AM to 3:00 PM (except for August 29 which includes a stop at the Spotted Bear Ranger District with a 5:00 PM return). The trips will begin and end at the Flathead County Fairgrounds with transportation provided.
1. August 8 – Forest vegetation and disturbances including fire, timber harvest, and forest products (Tally Lake Ranger District)
2. August 29 – Recreation settings, opportunities and access, native knowledge, existing wilderness and scenic character (Hungry Horse/Spotted Bear Ranger Districts)
3. September 12 – Terrestrial and aquatic habitats, threatened and endangered species, species of conservation concern, and invasive species (Swan Lake Ranger District)
4. September 26 – Inventoried roadless areas, recommended wilderness, and wild and scenic rivers (Glacier View Ranger District)
* Social science, economics, and the role and contributions of the Flathead National Forest will be a component of each of the field trips.
The information shared, and the feedback received, will be used to develop and finalize the assessment, determine needs for change, and to draft a proposed plan.
RSVP to Wade Muehlhof (firstname.lastname@example.org or 406-758-5252) at least one week before the field trip(s) you plan to attend. Visit the Flathead National Forest Plan Revision page to learn more. http://www.fs.usda.gov/detailfull/flathead/landmanagement/planning/?cid=stelprdb5422786&width=full
CALIFORNIA: The Six Rivers National Forest is hosting a workshop about the Smith River National Recreation Area Restoration and Motorized Travel Management Project. The workshop will share results from public scoping and provide an opportunity to have dialogue about the issues, proposed alternatives, and how to comment on the Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS).
The workshop will be August 7, 2013, from 6 to 8 pm at the Mountain Elementary School, 55 Azalea Lane, Gasquet, California.
This motorized travel management project proposes change the National Forest Transportation System to provide motorized access to dispersed recreation opportunities (camping, hunting, fishing, hiking, horseback riding, etc.); provide a diversity of motorized recreation opportunities; provide for administrative needs, and reduce ecological and cultural resource risk and maintenance costs.
For more information contact Christy Prescott, Project Team Leader, 707-441-3661.