We have been hard at work producing a series of videos which were now very excited to introduce. The plan is to release all 5 Videos over the span of the next 6 months and Introduce The Initial SFWDA Educational Video Series produced for the benefit of the entire OHV community.
We will be holding our first 2015 SFWDA Leadership and Board of Directors joint on-line meeting on Tuesday, February 17, 2015 at 8:00 PM EST. Please mark your calendars for this date. Topics for discussion will include updates on Membership renewal process for 2015; Business Memberships for 2015; TrailFest 2015; Dixie Run 2015; 2015 and 2016 Meet and Rides; Review of 501c4 status; SFWDA Grant requests; and SFWDA Educational Videos Introduction Strategy.
We will share additional details on the on-line connection. If anyone has additional agenda items to review, please communicate with me.
This is a slightly older report but one worthy of sharing again as it was a considerable undertaking. This report needs to be shared with the public in hope everyone will better understand the economic value of outdoor OHV recreation.
According to the report, Outdoor recreationists made more than 938 million visits to Federal lands and waterways, spending $51 billion and supporting 880,000 jobs in 2012.
The latest UFWDA Newsletter
- UFWDA online magazine ‘Voice’ deadlines for 2015
- UFWDA Survey is still running
- Don’t complain!
- SFWDA: 2015 Is Off To A Great Start
- America’s Great Outdoors FICOR Report
- Connectivity of Streams and Wetlands to Downstream Waters
- Australian State backs 4WD volunteering
- Restrictions on public use of Moab trails at Easter
This year at TrailFest 2015 ( #trailfest2015) we will have two Pro Photographers on location all weekend long shooting still photos of all participants at various location.
In memory of Mrs. Hall, the SFWDA Board of Directors approved a donation in her memory to the St. Jude 4 Wheeling for the Cure event hosted by the Rattle Rock Off-Road Club
As many of you already know, the Uwharrie OHV trail system is in danger of extinction if not drastic reworking!