SEQUOIA AND SIERRA NATIONAL FOREST LAND MANAGEMENT PLAN REVISIONS – THE FINAL PHASE The Sequoia and Sierra National Forests (NF) are in the process of revising their forest land management plans. The revised drafts were released in 2019, however,...
The BLM California Desert District is seeking additional applicants interested in serving on subgroups that assist the Desert Advisory Council, a citizen-based advisory committee that develops recommendations for the BLM on public land management ...
On June 15, California Fish & Game Commission (FGC) considered a proposal to list the Western Joshua Tree (WJT) as a threatened species under the California Endangered Species Act (CESA). The proposal stemmed from a 2019 petition from the Cent...
Cal4Wheel has submitted comments to the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) regarding the Williams Hill Recreation Area's draft plan and environmental assessment. Cal4Wheel supports proposed alternative B, which will design an OHV trail network and ot...
Cal4Wheel's Natural Resource Consultant, Rose Winn, submitted a comment to the US Fish & Wildlife Service (FWS) to oppose a proposal to list four population segments of the Foothill Yellow Legged Frog (FYLF) as "threatened" or "endangered." If...
Rose Winn is pleased to join California Four Wheel Drive Association as a natural resource consultant. Rose’s experience includes advocacy for preservation of citizen rights within public land use, land management, and access for outdoor recreatio...
Friends of the Oceano Dunes has won two more legal battles against government agencies involved in the contentious fight over the future of the off-road vehicle park. The first ruling invalidates the San Luis Obispo County Air Pollution Control D...
All currently registered Red Stickered vehicles, which includes almost half of off-road motorcycles, a few small quads and very few side-by-sides will be grandfathered into the Green Sticker Program in 2025. This will allow year round legal riding...
Bureau of Land Management holding forums on Piute-Eldorado Valley Area of Critical Environmental Concern
Recognizing the need to balance critical habitat for the threatened desert tortoise with high-quality visitor experience, the Bureau of Land Management Las Vegas Field Office will hold two virtual information forums to involve the public in the ea...
30-day scoping period ends July 6 The Bureau of Land Management Central Coast Field Office is seeking the public’s help with designing an off-highway vehicle (OHV) trail network and other potential recreation improvements, including staging areas...
Travel and transportation are integral to the use and enjoyment of public lands. The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is initiating an Environmental Assessment (EA) analyzing motorized access of public lands in the Labyrinth Rims/Gemini Bridges Tra...
The Bureau of Land Management appointed six new members to serve three-year terms on the Central California Resource Advisory Council. The members were selected based on their interest and expertise in public land management.“We are excited to hav...
The undersigned businesses, associations, and enthusiast groups are opposed to several provisions in the proposed Oceano Dunes State Vehicular Recreation Area (ODSVRA) Public Works Plan (PWP) that was released on December 30, 2020. If implemented ...
- Hungry Valley SVRA
- Land Use
- Special Use Permits
- Tahoe Basin Management Unit
- california state parks
- carnegie svra
- comment letters
- desert advisory council
- eldorado national forest
- endangered species
- foothill yellow legged frog
- forest plan revisions
- imperial sand dunes
- joshua tree
- lake tahoe
- lassen national forest
- oceano svra
- ohmvr commission
- ohmvr program
- ohv grants
- red rock canyon
- sequoia national forest
- sierra national forest
- travel management plan