to Host Public Workshops to Discuss
Off-Highway Vehicle Routes
2005 - The Mendocino National Forest will
hold three public workshops in March and April to discuss a Forest
Service statewide effort now underway to manage motorized off-highway
vehicle (OHV) use on national forests.
Over the next four years, all national forests in California will
designate a system of roads and trails for motorized OHV use that will
enhance quality recreation opportunities, promote public safety and
protect natural resources. While all national forests in California
be conducting the designation process, each forest has different OHV
management standards already in place and will be charting the course
of their designation process independently over the next four years.
The Mendocino National Forest will host three workshops to describe the
route designation process, share the routes that have been inventoried
on the Mendocino, and identify members of the public who are interested
in participating in the Mendocino's designation process in the future.
All workshops are on Saturday mornings from 10 a.m. to noon on the
|March 5, 2005
||March 12, 2005
||April 2, 2005
||Red Bluff, CA
|825 No. Humboldt Ave
||200 S. School St.
||1500 So. Jackson
For more information on the Mendocino's program, please call Jeff
Applegate at (530) 963-3128, TTY 934-7728, or about meetings at other
national forests in California check the website at