News Releases

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

JUDGE DENIES OFF-ROAD VEHICLE ACCESS TO SURPRISE CANYON

Unique Oasis in Death Valley National Park Saved

OFF-ROAD POLITICS BENDING CALIFORNIA PARK PROTECTIONS

Conservation Groups Warn State to Tread Lightly in State Parks

BLM SEES WORSENING OFF-ROAD CRISIS RISKING VISITOR SAFETY

Ranger Ordered to Ignore Emergency in “Near Riot” at Utah’s Little Sahara

OFF-ROADING BECOMING MONSTROUS LAW ENFORCEMENT HEADACHE

Off-Road Crime Outstripping All Other Violations Combined on Public Lands

FOREST SERVICE MISMANAGEMENT OF OFF-ROAD VEHICLES SPURS SUIT THREAT

Sportsmen, conservationists join to protect prized trout habitat in NC and TN

RANGERS CALL OFF-ROAD VEHICLES BIGGEST THREAT TO PUBLIC LANDS

“Rangers for Responsible Recreation” Launched to Combat “Wreck-reation”

CONSERVATION GROUPS CALL ON PARK SERVICE TO PROTECT THE FLORIDA PANTHER

Park Service should not have opened more routes to off-road vehicles in Big Cypress National Preserve