CA - Please Support OHV Grants (letters needed now)

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Nov 30, 2006
a href=""img id="BLOGGER_PHOTO_ID_5320525217036736930" style="FLOAT: left; MARGIN: 0px 10px 10px 0px; WIDTH: 242px; CURSOR: hand; HEIGHT: 168px" alt="" src="" border="0" //abr /divSupport OHV Grants in CA (letters needed now)br /br /Please support OHV Grants in CA right away. April 6th is an important deadline. Here's the short list of reasons why:br /br /1. Without this OHV grant money, the USFS won't have any money to do many of the things we want done on our /br /2. While not perfect and some not even all that good, the grants are a savior to many Forests and Districts. Trails could close without some grant money support in ill-funded Forests (and BLM Districts).br /br /3. Grants are now front-loaded instead of the old way of theatrics at the last minute in Commission meetings. Front –loaded means OUR comments and support MAKE the difference in how a grant is perceived and/or granted. It’s in the analysis and review stage that we MUST tell the OHV Commission and State Parks staff that we support the grants (especially the ones we need and like including the Eldorado National Forest).br /br /4. All the work that Don Amador and all the OHV user groups put into SB 742 (the new OHV Grant Program we fought so hard for), gave us the opportunity to take our OHV money away from non-OHV friendly Commissioners, and put it in the hands of State Parks OHV staff and us – /br /A short support letter is all you need to do. Let State Parks know we support grants on your Forest or BLM area. Here’s how you can read the grants in review right now:Go to this link, select Grants in the top box; then USFS in the Agency box, and then click in FIND. You’ll see the grants; then click on the paperclip to read the details:br /br /a href="" target="_blank" /br /Del/divdiv class="blogger-post-footer"img width='1' height='1' src=''//div


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