Author Topic: George Washington National Forest clean up  (Read 962 times)

Offline Todd Ockert

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George Washington National Forest clean up
« on: March 20, 2009, 11:56:01 am »
On Saturday the 21st in Harrisonburg Va at 10AM there will be close to 100 Jeeps and trucks meeting at the old Foodlion, 924 W Market St, Harrisonburg, VA. This event is being hosted by a assorment of Jeep and 4x4 groups from near and far. Some driving 10 hours or more to be involved. We will be cleaning trash and debri from trails and roadways. Most 4x4 groups practice packing out more then we bring in. Unfortunatly this is not true for everyone. We are taking our weekend to clean up these messes in hopes of showing the community our commitment to taking care of the trails we use. There are not a lot of legal trails left in Va and we lose more everyday. We use these trails to camp with our kids and to be able to get close to nature. Some of the most beautiful pictures I have ever seen have been taken by Jeepers or offroad enthusist. We are not trying to destroy the forest as some believe. Its the exact opposite. We want these trails to be available for years to come , so our kids can take their kids and so on. Please help us if you can by having a crew there to help show our dedication to doing whats right and keeping our trails open. Here is a list of some of the groups involved.
Virginia Krawlers ( Hosting )
Virginia Jeep Trail Dogs
Military Jeepers
Beltway Jeepers
Southern Va Jeepers
FJ Bruisers
MidAtlantic Toyota Crawlers (MATC)
Maryland Creepers
Maryland Jeep Club
Capital Jeeps
Northern Virginia Jeep Association
Shenandoah Four Wheelers
Virginia Jeep Pirates
East Coast Wheelers
Shenandoah Full Size Jeep Association
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