Forest Service seeks to limit all-terrain vehicle access
to Colorado's Grand Mesa.
by Todd Hinnen And David Frey,
Feb 07, 1994
California homeowner Karen Schambach puts together a
report documenting the abuses of off-highway vehicles and the lack
of enforcement of environmental regulations.
by Joshua Chaffin,
Jul 03, 2000
The BLM has released a new plan for managing off-highway
vehicle use on public lands across the country.
by Matt Jenkins,
Jan 29, 2001
Roads closed to protect grizzlies are easily used by
ORVers in Idaho.
Dec 26, 1994
A proposal to close 400 miles of forest roads and 200
miles of trails to motorized vehicles on Idaho's Targhee National
Forest has raised the ire of all-terrain vehicle
by Dustin Solberg,
Jan 18, 1999
Tread Lightly! tries to rein in reckless ORV advertising
that glorifies the vehicles ripping up the land.
by Elizabeth Manning,
Dec 09, 1996
Some want to open the last 12 unroaded miles of Oregon's
Hells Canyon western rim to vehicles.
by Scott Stouder,
Apr 14, 1997
The Environmental Protection Agency is developing the
first emission standards for off-road motors, including
by Ray Ring,
Apr 01, 2002
Environmentalists want to close some backcountry roads
near Paonia, Colo., that are increasingly popular with all-terrain
Sep 01, 1997
In Idaho, the Winter Coalition has brought together
snowmobilers and Nordic skiers to zone winter recreation uses in
the Sawtooth National Forest.
by Steve Stuebner,
Jan 15, 2001