Mendocino club pitches in at the Sacramento office

Pallet Rack installation
Members of the Mendocino 4x4 Club install pallet racks at the Cal4Wheel Sacramento office.
Pallet Rack installation
Members of the Mendocino 4x4 Club install pallet racks at the Cal4Wheel Sacramento office.
Pallet Rack installation
Members of the Mendocino 4x4 Club install pallet racks at the Cal4Wheel Sacramento office.
Pallet Rack installation
Members of the Mendocino 4x4 Club install pallet racks at the Cal4Wheel Sacramento office.
Pallet Rack installation
Members of the Mendocino 4x4 Club install pallet racks at the Cal4Wheel Sacramento office.
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    Members of the Mendocino 4x4 Club install pallet racks at the Cal4Wheel Sacramento office.
  • Pallet Rack installation

    Members of the Mendocino 4x4 Club install pallet racks at the Cal4Wheel Sacramento office.
  • Pallet Rack installation

    Members of the Mendocino 4x4 Club install pallet racks at the Cal4Wheel Sacramento office.
  • Pallet Rack installation

    Members of the Mendocino 4x4 Club install pallet racks at the Cal4Wheel Sacramento office.
  • Pallet Rack installation

    Members of the Mendocino 4x4 Club install pallet racks at the Cal4Wheel Sacramento office.
  • Pallet Rack installation
  • Pallet Rack installation
  • Pallet Rack installation
  • Pallet Rack installation
  • Pallet Rack installation

The Mendocino 4x4 Club came to the Sacramento office for a work party to install pallet racks on March 8.

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Proposals due by May 19

The California Four Wheel Drive Association, Inc. (C4WDA) hereinafter referred to as the Association is accepting proposals for its contracted support. These contracts currently include:

  1. Natural Resources Consultant – North
  2. Natural Resources Consultant – South
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  4. Web Page Editor

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Cal4Wheel Conservation and Education Foundation applies for OHMVR Grant

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The Cal4Wheel Conservation and Education Foundation has applied for an OHMVR Grant with a focus on promoting responsible recreation and keeping the trails clean of trash and litter. This proposed project with OHMVR Division grant funding focuses on keeping the trails clean and uses the Tread Lightly! theme of “Pack it in, Pack it Out”. The goal of this proposed project is to provide a agriculture reusable mesh trash bag that can be used by 4x4 enthusiasts to collect their trash and other trash encountered on trail rides.

In direct partnership with the California Four Wheel Drive Association, Inc. (CFWDA), the trash bags will be provided to each participant in member club and CFWDA sponsored events throughout the state. CFWDA partners with many not-for-profit/non- profit clubs and organizations throughout the state covering a variety of 4x4 activities including recreational trail rides as well as safety clinics and snow patrols where participants will be provided a trash bag.

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Hi-Landers say thanks for grant

The Hi-Landers 4WD Club wrote to say thanks for a grant from the C4WDA Conservation and Education Foundation. The funds were used to purchase meals at two chainsaw classes that they conducted in April.

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For more information about the foundation, see this link

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Trekking in the Sierras

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The 2016 Sierra Trek: Come for the trail, stay for the party!

Back in 1964, a small group of Jeepers got the idea of creating a fundraising event for the newly formed California Association of 4WD Clubs (CA4WDC). It would need to be a first-rate event similar to the then-famous Jeepers Jamboree on the Rubicon. Sacramento Jeepers member Ed Dunkley, an encyclopedia of knowledge on Sierra Nevada history and old mining routes, gathered a few folks and began searching for a suitable trail. The chosen route was a long-abandoned wagon road from Cisco Grove, California (near Truckee), to the shores of Meadow Lake and the 1860’s mining camp of Summit City. It had been decades since the “road” had been used, and Mother Nature had played her hand at reclaiming the land.

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Corporate donations can make a difference

As avid off-roaders, we are always concerned about how to effectively fight for “OUR” public lands. Many of us donate hundreds of hours and dollars to these efforts to different organizations. Some of us even join in the fight by becoming board members on different boards to help give direction to these organizations.

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