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« on: February 22, 2007, 12:02:27 pm »

Notes from: AMA Rights - News & Notes (Mar 2007)

(NOTE: UFWDA is a member of the American Recreation Coalition.)

    The American Recreation Coalition, of which the American Motorcyclist Association is a member, along with the National Forest Foundation (in conjunction with the US Forest Service, among other agencies) is sponsoring a series of regional forums to solicit ideas and concerns regarding public objectives for recreational opportunities. Regional forums will be held in five cities: Golden, Colorado; Marietta, Georgia; Los Angeles, California; Portland, Oregon and Chicago, Illinois. All this activity will culminate in a National Forum to be held in Washington, D. C. in April.

    All forms of recreation will be invited to share their concerns and aspirations relating to outdoor recreation. This is a good opportunity for the recreation community to let a wider community know the importance of maintaining access to public lands for horse back riding, OHVs, snowmobiles, powerboats, and other forms of recreation. If you would like to learn more about the forums, please go to http://www.funoutdoors.com/recreationforums.
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