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SACRAMENTO – A bill by Assemblyman Brian Jones (R-Santee) to stop the state from taking money from off-highway vehicles (OHV) passed unanimously out of the Assembly Transportation Committee on Monday. “California’s OHV program allows people to go off-road and into nature so that they can enjoy the ...
WILLOWS, Calif. – The U.S. Forest Service Mendocino National Forest and the Bureau of Land Management Ukiah Field Office (BLM) will hold two open houses to provide the public with information on the Berryessa Snow Mountain National Monument and monument planning process. The open houses will run fr...
April 19, 2016: Mojave National Preserve has announced a detour for a section of the Mojave Road that was damaged by recent rains in the Piute Range near the park's eastern boundary.  The damage was caused by runoff from a heavy rain storm in early April that eroded a short section of the Mojave Ro...
The OHMVR program is an important (core) part of a state recreation program as it focuses on the partnerships with federal agencies and local governments to provide for a recreation opportunity.  Along with the State Vehicle Recreation Areas, the OHMVR Grants program provides for recreation opportun...
  The Bureau of Land Management has placed precautionary fire restrictions on certain public lands managed by the Central Coast Field Office. No vehicles, campfires or open flames are allowed on BLM lands in the Panoche, Griswold, Tumey and Ciervo Hills located in southeastern San Benito county, ef...
  Sequoia NF has released the Tobias Ecosystem Restoration Project Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) published in the Federal Register today, April 8th.  Attached is a copy of the Notice of Availability transmittal letter.  The Forest Service has defined a 45 day comment period (beginnin...
REDDING, Calif.  – Anyone interested in public lands in Shasta, Trinity, Siskiyou, Butte and Tehama counties has an opportunity to share with the Bureau of Land Management their values regarding these lands, in public meetings set for this month in Redding and Weaverville.  These informal meetings ...


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