Our mission is to create and sustain healthy lands and healthy communities. We work locally, regionally, and nationally to develop innovative approaches to natural resource management, economic development and community resilience. Through collaboration with communities, partner organizations, public agencies, and businesses, we are implementing land stewardship, creating jobs and fostering development, and building new foundations to connect people to the land and each other.
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OHV Proposal Public Notice
The Watershed Research & Training Center (WRTC) is seeking public input on off-highway vehicle grant proposals for submission to the California State Parks, Off Highway Motor Vehicle Recreation Division. Proposed grant applications are currently being prepared by the BLM for the FY 2017-18 grant cycle.
Preliminary applications must be submitted to OHMVR no later than March 5. Preliminary applications will be available on the division website at http://www.ohv.parks.ca.gov, for public review and comment from March 6 through April 2. The website will provide detailed instructions for accessing the preliminary applications and submitting comments. Public comments should be submitted to the OHMVR by April 2.
As stewards the WRTC works with public land managers for the benefit of current and future generations, supporting conservation in pursue of its multiple-use mission.
For further information, please contact Tom Evans, 530-628-4206, or email firstname.lastname@example.org