|September 12th, 2006, 03:12 PM||#1|
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Join Date: 03-25-06
Location: Muskegon and Oceana Counties
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NOHVACC offers OHV/ USFS Travel Management/ OHV Program Workshop
This sounds like it's open to the public.
I doubt my ability to attend that far away but thought if there were others who can't attend but are interested enough to inquire about the possible Lower Peninsula '07 offer, they might be more willing to schedule one.
If anyone can/ does attend this one, I'd really, really like to hear what was presented.
During the past few days, we have secured dates for a NOHVCC workshop, one of a series across the nation. These workshops will bring together OHV users and USFS personal in an effort for each group to better understand and facilitate involvement with the Travel Management and Off-Highway Vehicle program.
Dates are October 26-29th with a final determination of location being either Marquette or Escanaba to be finalized this week. The option is available for another workshop in Michiganís Lower Peninsula in early 07. Expect formal announcements within days.
These workshops come highly recommended by those within the USFS and the ORV/OHV user community. Motorcycle Industry Council, the Specialty Vehicle Institute of America and Americans for Responsible Recreational Access have partnered with NOHVCC to design workshops-in collaboration with the AMA, the Blue Ribbon Coalition and United Four Wheel Drive Associations.
For this program to be a success in Michigan, we need the involvement of not only participants, but the e-mail addresses of hundreds and that is where your help is essential. Wanted are the e-mail addresses for the following and please forward to www.paulslavik@NOHVCC.org
AMA D-14 clubs and promoters
ATV clubs and organizations
Four Wheel Drive clubs
MMDA members or other dealers
Sportsmen & Hunt clubs
Mountain Biking clubs
Auto Dealers specializing in 4-wheel drive vehicles
Last edited by Trail_Fanatic; September 12th, 2006 at 03:16 PM.
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