proliferation of off-road vehicles (ORVs) has become a leading threat to
the ecological integrity of public lands throughout the west. Many
agencies, such as the Bureau of Land Management and the Forest
Service are in the process of developing plans to decide where ORV
use will be allowed on public lands.
Citizen involvement is crucial
as these agencies make decisions that will impact our resources,
and the Center is working closely with other organizations, agency
officials and the public to create positive reforms.We encourage all concerned citizens to join in this effort to
reduce damages associated with off-road vehicles, to protect public trust resources, and
to secure recreational opportunities for quiet users.