Fact Sheets on ORV Issues

For your information and distribution in the fight against ORV abuse, we are providing access to the following fact sheets about how Unmanaged Off-Roading Threatens California’s Natural Heritage and Rural Communities, how California’s OHV Program Promotes Mainly ATVs, Dirt Bikes and Repairing California’s Public Lands for Future Generations. (Adobe Reader or other PDF program required to view.)

“A growing coalition of conservationists, outdoor recreation advocates, and community activists and residents are working to make sure that Californians are protected from irresponsible and illegal ORV damage. As the OHV program is renewed this year, we’re urging legislators to strengthen law enforcement to protect communities and our natural heritage.”

These fact sheets are supported by the following organizations:

  • Alliance for Responsible Recreation
  • California Wilderness Coalition
  • Center for Sierra Nevada Conservation
  • Community ORV Watch
  • Desert Protective Council
  • Defenders of Wildlife
  • Friends of the Inyo
  • Friends of Juniper Flats
  • Granite Bay Flycasters
  • Pinon Hills Area Property Owners
  • Planning and Conservation League
  • Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility
  • Red Mountain Property Owners Alliance
  • Ridge Rands Private Property Owner’s Group
  • Sierra Club California
  • Sierra Foothills Audubon Society
  • Tolowa Dunes Stewards
  • Western San Bernardino County Landowner’s Association
  • The Wilderness Society