Six Rivers National Forest officials and the U.S. Forest Service law enforcement staff is seeking public input on a grant proposal to enhance Off-Highway Motor Vehicle recreation on National Forest Service lands.
If awarded, the grant would allow law enforcement staff to better promote responsible OHV use by providing patrol coverage and supplies to support public safety, wildlife, soils and habitat protection, according to a press release from the Six Rivers National Forest.
OHV-related law enforcement activities on the national forest include providing education and public information, incident management, resource monitoring and protection and signage and barrier installation, according to the press release. The plan supports enforcement of all laws pertaining to OHV operation; emphasizing noise levels, resource protection and prevention of OHV trespass.
To review and comment on the proposal for Six Rivers National Forest, visit http://olga.ohv.parks.ca.gov/egrams–ohmvr/user/ReviewProjects.aspx. Search for “USFS - Shasta-Trinity/Six Rivers NF- Patrol District” under the “Agency” tab. Public review and comments will be allowed between March 6 and April 2.
For more information about the state grant process and requirements, visit the Off-Highway Motor Vehicle Recreation Division’s website at www.ohv.parks.ca.gov.