Forest Plan Proposal Will Affect 17 National Forests in the Pacific Northwest

It seems like everyday there is new and ever increasing efforts working to tamper access to public lands, especially for those in motorized recreation. If you thought Moab was in trouble, this one is far more dangerous with public officials working to limit motorized access to national forests in WA, OR, ID, MT, CA & WY. Piston’s Wild will proudly support the efforts taken by agencies like BlueRibbon Coalition. This will be the most important motorized land use battle in the country and it is right here at home. Deadline for public comment is February 2nd, 2024. Please note this is also the same day as the 2024 King of the Hammers – Everyman Challenge. The date set for the deadline seems hard to associate with coincidence. If you would like to help BlueRibbon do the hard work in challenging this government overreach, make sure to visit the link below to ShareTrails.org to read more on the current battle and submit your comments immediately. Join the fight, and preserve the sport we all enjoy.

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