Management Strategy for Motorized Vehicle Use on Public Lands
This National Management Strategy was developed by the Bureau of Land Management in 2001 to help deal with Off-Highway Vehicle issues on federal land. It is used as a reference guide in the BLM Policy Manual 1626 for travel management planning.
The agreement between CA and AZ that closes motorized access to public lands
The State Historic Preservation Office has entered into an agreement with the California State Historic Preservation Office and the bureau of land management to enforce section 106 of the Historic Preservation Act through Travel Management Planning.
RED ALERT | Additional 31,000 Acres Added To Sedona Camping Closure (81k Acres)
The Coconino National Forest has issued a forest order to initiate camping prohibitions and permanent fire restrictions west of Sedona Arizona on an additional $31,000 of public land.
Proposed withdrawal of 21,200 acres of public land near Yuma
The United States Army is requesting the withdrawal of 33.125 square miles of public land. This process will add 21,200 acres to the Yuma Proving Ground and prohibit mining and other forms of multiple use within the area.
Endangered and Threatened Wildlife and Plants | Rule for the Silverspot Butterfly
the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service), propose to list a subspecies of butterfly (Speyeria nokomis nokomis), a silverspot butterfly from Colorado, New Mexico, and Utah, as a threatened species under the Endangered Species Act of 1973, as amended (Act), with a rule issued under section 4(d) of the Act (“4(d) rule”).
ACTION ALERT | Interagency Working Group on Mining Regulations, Laws, and Permitting
The Department of the Interior is announcing the formation of an interagency working group to gather information and develop recommendations for improving Federal hardrock mining regulations, laws, and permitting processes, and is inviting public comments to help inform the efforts of the working group. Virtual or in-person public listening sessions will be announced in the upcoming months.
Arizona Attorney General Opinion on RS 2477 and ARS 37-931
The following opinion was issued by Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich in July of 2017 in response to a question from representative Mark Fincham. It displays the state of Arizona’s Pro motorized access approach to policy on public land concerning Revised Statute 2477 rights-of-way. This opinion declares that “Arizona R.S. 2477 rights-of-way may not be […]
Executive Order 11644 | Use of off-road vehicles on the public lands
The dictatorial edict that is directing federal land mangers to close Revised Statute 2477 roads over federal lands.
Dispersed Camping and River Access Hit Hard in the AZ Strip
The Bureau of Land Management quietly released their final decision on a travel management plan that will close 641 miles of motorized roads near Littlefield and Colorado City in the Arizona Strip.
Comments to NPS on Tuweep Day Use Reservation System
We have engaged in the proposed Tuweep reservation system. Here is our comment to the National Park Service.