Our state public lands provide opportunities for peaceful, non-motorized recreation. Our State Parks, Forests, and Wildlife Areas provide recreational activities like hiking, biking, hunting, fishing, and boating.
The legislature is considering a bill, SB 468, that would open the door for off-road vehicles on state public lands. Motorized trails are expensive to build and maintain, degrade soil and habitat, threaten watersheds and streams, and impact hunting and fishing.
Contact members of the Senate Outdoor Recreation Committee and let them know you oppose off-road vehicles on state public lands.
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