Check out this article I found today which reads to inspire and prove that we are on the right path.
By Dave Halsy, NOHVCC Contributing Writer
Off-highway vehicle (OHV) riders need trails. The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) needs volunteers to help sign and maintain trails. A BLM recreation technician coordinates volunteer projects. OHV riders show up and help get the job done.
That’s a common success story at BLM Field Offices.
In Utah, they’ve taken that win-win scenario to the next level: The hours OHV riders volunteer on trail projects help pay the salary of the BLM Rec. Tech.