We need your Help in keeping our forest open.
Here in the Helena National Forest we have a Ranger that is out to Restrict travel on more than 500 Roads and Trails in 558,300 acres of the Helena Forest.
The plan was released on 4-24-03 andiencludes all land around Helena, Linclon, Elliston, and the Belt Mountains.
I have started a web site to make it easy to veiw said plan as well as comment to the USDA FOREST SERVICE and our POLTICIANS.
Please take time to visit this site http://www.montanaforest-services.com and get envoled, ask them to send you a copy of their plan.
And if you can help spread word please do, we need to stop this attack against our forest! Im new at this so any help would be great! This is a great site, thanks to all, keep those extremes down and dirty.
Saturday, May 17th
- ROCK CRAWL
- MUD PIT
- OBSTACLE COURSE
- RTI RAMP
- GRAND CANYON
Regestration: Friday May 16th 7:00PM - 8:00PM and Saturday May 17th 8:00AM - 10:00AM
Racing starts at 10:30AM
Gallatin County Fair Grounds - Motor Sports Park
Entry Fee $20 per driver/truck (one spotter allowed)
Free Spectator Admission!
ALL VEHICLES WELCOME
seat belts, rear tow hook, helmet, battery tie down, gas cap, open top vehicles need roll bar, no loose objects.
Please bring everything you would bring on a regular trail ride - tow chains, clevis, tow strap, gloves, hi-lift jack, spare tire, etc.
For more information call - Brad @ 586-3671 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Seattle,WA; April 21, 2003: At a news conference held outside the Seattle office of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Pacific Legal Foundation today released its “Earth Day List of Top Environmental Lies,” providing factual evidence to counter false claims in five major areas.
* Sport Utility Vehicle (SUV) Drivers Are Anti-Environment;
* The Endangered Species Act (ESA) Saves Species;
* “Smart Growth” Is Smart;
* President Bush Is Gutting Environmental Protections;
* Environmental Quality Is Declining.
Trail rides are set for April 13th and 26th.
The destination for the trips is a mistery but they are meeting at BK in Laurel at 7:30 and Leaving at 8:00.
I will not be able to go on the 13th but probably the 26th.
PS... Just spent a week in MOAB and had an absolute blast. Hopefully a couple of people I was with will post some pictures.
April 12th, 2003
2579 Airport Road, Eureka, MT
Registration 8-12, Racing at 1pm.
NO LATE ENTRY
1ST, 2ND, 3RD
80% Pay Back
Spectators: $5.00 per person
Racing: $20.00 per person, per class
KID’S ages 10-14 no drivers license allowed. $ 5.00 each, An adult must ride.
4&6 Cylinder 33” Tire 3 trucks make a class
Stock 33” Tire DOT approved
Sportsmen A 33” – 35” Tires DOT approved
Sportsmen B 36” –38” Tires DOT approved
Comp Mod 38” –44” Tires
X Open, any fuel allowed, and blowers
For more information contact
Cheryl Nelson 892-5484
Dave Armstrong 889-3010
Jennifer Powel 387-5404
Just a reminder, the club meeting is tonight.
Change of venue for this month - 7pm at the Helena High Cafeteria on Montana, across from Smith's.
We should be back to Mountain West next month..
Our thanks to Allison for arranging the meeting location.
You say you just didn't have the time to comment.
Now see what the other side does with the lack of comments from motorized.
Get involved or stay home because all the trails are closed!
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