Originally Posted by hootie
On Sunday Nov. 20, 2011
I want to encourage all the readers of this post to check out the WOHVA website. WWW.WOHVA.org
It is a work in progress and will be improved in function in the near future. This is a group that can,, with help,,, promote and further the offroading opportunities in the state.
Thank you for posting that information.
As a WOHVA Board member, I appreciate the efforts of those who do make a difference. And of those who at least make an effort at it. Sometimes it takes a lot of effort to overcome some of the land manager's objections and biases against OHVs, but we can make a difference. What is really needed is numbers. When a land manager asks for comments, they want to see individualized efforts, not form letters, petitions and similar. When a land manager receives those, it is considered one voice. If you take a few minutes to make your individual comments, that is one voice. Even if you take another person's points/bullet and rearrange them, that would also be taken as one voice. However, if a hundred folks do this, then it's one hundred voices and the land manager will take note of that; maybe not to our liking, but your voice will at lease be heard!
WOHVA is slowly compiling a list of ALL the OHV/ORV area, roads, trails, and MX Parks in the state. This is an ongoing effort to make all the locations available on one web site. Currently you have to know where they are all listed; they are scattered all over the internet. You can check out this work in progress by going to www.wohva-map-catalog.org