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CORVA TELEPHONE CAMPAIGN TO SAVE JOHNSON VALLEY!
Now is the time for all off-roaders to contact the committee members
listed below. We are asking you to contact at least one of them per
day. Using the talking points below, emphasize how the loss of Johnson
Valley will affect you and your family. The politicians in Washington
DC are on recess this week so you are encouraged to contact them in
their home offices. Remember, be polite but direct.
This important campaign will let them know that Johnson Valley is of
critical importance to all off-roaders. Take the time to share this
information on Facebook and all other social media. Even your friends
and associates from across the Nation or world. Anyone, anywhere who
believes in maintaining off-road access should want to save our OHV area
in Johnson Valley. This is a simple straightforward action YOU can
implement that can really make a difference. Do NOT Wait. Print off
the talking points and make your calls. It will only take a few minutes
every day this week. CORVA will send further information and calls for
action as the process moves forward. Join us and other off-road
organizations in this important cause. Do Not Delay.
More of our favorite desert roads are
in danger of being closed. This will affect our recreation and livelihoods. If
possible come to the Desert Advisory Council's meeting this coming Sat., Aug.4,
from 8am to noon at the Lucerne Valley Community Center at the west end of
Pioneer Park. There will be maps where we can identify the roads we want left
open or closed. I hope to see you there. There will not be many more
opportunities like this one to express your desires. Let's protect our desert
This was released today 7/27/12.
Taking over the Johnson
Valley open area within three miles of Cougar Buttes is still the Marines
beurocracy's preferred choice. We have 30 days to object.
email alert from Americans for Responsible Recreation
Yesterday, we contacted you regarding the relevant Assembly and
Senate Budget subcommittees passing the "Sustainable Parks Proposal"
which would shift up to $31 million from the OHV Trust Fund in order to
pay for the State Parks budget shortfall. Now we also need to urge the
Governor to veto the provision in the state budget.
SACRAMENTO (May 31, 2012) - Earlier today, the Assembly Budget
Subcommittee No. 3 on Resources and Transportation voted to steal up to $31
million dollars from the California Off-Highway Vehicle Trust Fund and
transfer it to non-OHV related programs. This pilfering of
user-pay funding is part of the “Sustainable Parks Proposal” being championed
by the California Parks Foundation, other anti-OHV organizations, and
California State Senator Joe Simitian (D-Palo
Assemblyman Jared Huffman (D- Petaluma) argued strongly in favor of the
plan which he knows will directly impact destination OHV areas throughout the
state including nearby units on the Mendocino and Six Rivers National
Forests, the BLM Cow Mountain Recreation near Ukiah, and the BLM Samoa
Dunes Recreation Area near Eureka. Assemblyman Brian Jones (R-Santee)
was the lone voice on the committee that opposed the continued theft of trust
December 7, 2011
In an article published today in newspapers around the country,
writer Robert Burns of the Associated Press quotes Marine Corp
Commandant General James F. Amos stating that the future of the Marine
Corps lies in a smaller, versatile sea-based fighting force based
primarily around the Pacific, including bases in Okinawa and Australia;
“….but not in Iraq or Afghanistan.”
MORONGO VALLEY - Weeds met their match here Saturday, when
volunteers from Friends of Giant Rock, Marines from the Single
Marines Program in Twentynine Palms and Bureau of Land Management
firefighters brought their trash bags to Big Morongo Canyon
The following non-profit organizations offer safety information specialized for your form of OHV recreation.
Chuck e-mailed me this…
"Today’s Calif. Public Parks Commission meeting in Ontario was very interesting. The Marines were there pushing hard. After a lengthy public comments session the commission voted on and passed a resolution not to approve or back the expansion of the base to the west. In fact they recommended the no action choice. The Marines packed up and went home early, At the end of the meeting the score was US== one - Marines == zero Chuck"