Fight for Ocotillo Wells 2016-10-19T14:09:22+00:00

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The people behind the coalitions bring the fight to you! Find out how you need to get involved to avoid closures at Ocotillo Wells! No membership, not donation, no cost!

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Big thanks to everyone that came out to the Fight For Ocotillo Wells!/ San Diego Off Road Coalition - SDORC's off-road social last night. We had a great time and of course were able to get information out there and let people ask questions. We feel it's super important to meet you in person and unite off-roaders as it gets tougher and tougher to keep our lands open to free riding.

Those who asked about the link to join the San Diego Off-Road Coalition, here's the link.
https://sdorc.org/join-sdorc

If you couldn't make it and would like to help, please consider becoming a member today. $25 annually helps us fight for our desert.

Thanks to Legacy Brewing Company for having us and supporting off-roaders.
#FreeRiding #FightForOcotilloWells #SanDiegoOffRoadCoalition #OpenDesertInitiative
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***THANK YOU (CORVA) California Off-Road Vehicle Association ***
Yesterday, Bob Ham and Diana Meade were in Sacramento to testify on behalf of CA off-roaders regarding the California OHV program. Also known as bill SB 249 that could potentially be used to redirect OHV funds to non-OHV programs and not get repaid. Would prohibit any NEW OHV parks and could kill the OHV program entirely. Read more about this bill here and make sure you Join CORVA or the SDORC today to help our organizations fight for our deserts. We definitely need a financial backing just to show up and fight.
http://corva.org/news/4646282
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BLM Announces Intent to Prepare Environmental Review for Ocotillo Wells State Vehicular Recreation Area

February 9, 2015—The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) today published a Notice of Intent (NOI) to conduct an environmental review for the Ocotillo Wells Recreation Area in Imperial County.

The BLM will prepare an environmental impact […]