News Releases

OFF-ROADERS BOOTED FROM ARIZONA MONUMENT DUE TO ABUSES

Section of Sonoran Desert National Monument Off-Limits to ORVs for Two-Years

BUSH ORDER TO PROMOTE HUNTING MAY SPARK NEW OFF-ROAD CURBS

Rangers Want Agencies to Help Hunting & Fishing by Ending Reckless Off-Roading

KEY WITNESS AT OFF-ROAD CONGRESSIONAL HEARING PULLED

Deputy Sheriff Testimony Blocked as Anxiety Rises in Off-Roading Groups

CONGRESS TO TAKE FIRST LOOK AT OFF-ROAD RAVAGES ON PUBLIC LAND

Rangers to Testify Situation Out-of-Control as Anniversary of Utah Riot Nears

CONSERVATION GROUPS CHALLENGE SHRINKING HABITAT FOR RARE PLANT ON ALGODONES DUNES

Contact: Ileene Anderson, Center for Biological Diversity, (323) 654-5943
Karen Schambach, Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility, (530) 333-1106
Elden Hughes, Sierra Club,…

BLM DROPS DESERT ROAD PLAN FOR FURNACE CREEK

California Desert Wilderness Protected from Ravages of Off-Road Vehicles

FOREST SERVICE PROMISES ROAD CLOSURES TO STEM ORV RAVAGES

Conservationists encouraged by USFS first steps to restore water quality in Tellico ORV area

OFF-ROAD VIOLATIONS OUT OF CONTROL, SAY FEDERAL RANGERS

In First-Ever Survey Southwest Rangers Call for Tougher Penalties

OFF-ROAD ABUSE TEARING UP NATIONAL MONUMENT IN ARIZONA

Sonoran Desert National Monument Overwhelmed by Off-Road Traffic and Impacts

CONGRESSIONAL MEMBERS SEEK PROTECTION FOR UTAH'S PREHISTORIC ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITES AND ROADLESS AREAS

Request directed at Secretary Kempthorne for the Bureau of Land Management's proposed off-road vehicle travel plans