Category: Conservation

Apr 03

Adopt a Crag season gears up!

Adapted from the Adapt a Crag website: Every year the Access Fund supports event organizers who lead trail restoration projects and cleanups at their climbing areas as part of the nation’s largest annual climber-centric stewardship campaign. Adopt a Crag originated in 2000 as part of the Access Fund’s Kickin’ Anniversary. Originally incorporated as an event that …

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Feb 25

Trail Life USA and Tread Lightly! announce outdoor preservation partnership

Trail Life USA (TLUSA) takes another major step in building its outdoor adventure program by announcing a partnership with Tread Lightly!.  Together, Tread Lightly! and TLUSA will promote outdoor education, awareness, and habitat restoration projects that will preserve wilderness lands and teach environmentally friendly practices for all outdoor activities. “Our partnership will teach outdoor stewardship …

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Feb 04

Sportsmen’s Priorities Included in 2014 Farm Bill

After three long years of debate, the United States Senate passed the Federal Agriculture Reform and Risk Management Act, also known as the 2014 Farm Bill. This bipartisan legislation enhances and strengthens vital polices important to sportsmen and women across the United States and has been a long time priority of the Congressional Sportsmen’s Caucus …

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Nov 30

U.S. Forest Service’s Ecological Restoration Implementation Plan – How it affects you

The Pacific Southwest Region of the US Forest Service has released a statement of its Leadership Intent for Ecological Restoration, which laid out the Region’s guiding vision and goals for its stewardship of wildland and forests for the next 15-20 years. The following draft document reflects the Regional leadership’s current thinking on how the Leadership …

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Nov 15

Inyo National Forest posts on “What to do if you Encounter a Marijuana Cultivation Site”

Apparently I’ve been going to the wrong forests; I NEVER leave any of the places I hike in looking for Cheetos and pizza!  I guess I’d better head up to Inyo! From the USFS website: The Inyo National Forest and the Bishop Field Office of the BLM seek to provide a safe environment for the …

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Nov 13

Come volunteer at our California State Parks during this holiday season!

From the California State Parks Foundation: Give thanks for your favorite state parks by volunteering with Park Champions. Help us repair popular hiking trails at Chino Hills or Wildwood Canyon, improve habitat by removing invasive plants at Silver Strand, or help with general park maintainence and CAMP FOR FREE at Palomar Mountain. Chino Hills State …

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Nov 13

Your Immediate Action is required to Save Johnson Valley!

OHV Call to Action! Your immediate action is required to save Johnson Valley Wednesday November 13th 2013 The Senate Arms Service Committee now looks prepared to move their bill S1309 to the floor beginning Thursday with Senator McCain managing (Senator Inhofe is out for his son’s funeral). It is time again for the OHV Community to …

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