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Oregon Recreation Coalition (ORC)

Getting involved in our Public Lands of Oregon

 

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The Oregon Recreation Coalition (ORC) is about helping our land managers in Oregon keep our public lands open FOR the public; for all types of recreation; for generations to come. BlueRibbon Coalition is proud to help facilitate this statewide effort to bring all recreationists together and develop a process wherein we all benefit.

Oregon BLM is in the process of route designation and inventory. Land Management Planning is in full swing. USFS National Forests are doing their plan updates and inventories as well. Much is happening. Wilderness proposals just won't die. All Oregon recreationists need to unite and communicate as to the best course of action, and how best we can all be part of the process.

Go straight to sign up link below (After sending the moderator a note about you, your clubs and interests)

Whether you're into sand dunes, like the Oregon Dunes, beach access, snowmobiling, ATV's, dirt bikes, or four-wheeling, ORC is about helping you communicate with others of a like mind to keep Oregon available to responsible recreation.
BlueRibbon Coalition is bringing the grass roots folks together through this list. BRC is determined and committed to helping Oregon recreationists unite and do the right thing!

MISSION STATEMENT: The Oregon Recreation Coalition is a recognized, statewide, collaboration of Oregon recreation enthusiasts and others that will identify and work together on recreation issues in cooperation with land managers, legislators and the public to ensure a positive future for responsible outdoor recreation access for everyone, now and into the future.

(CLICK HERE TO SEE) Oregon Recreation Coalition
Position Statements

Join our email network. Be part of the solution. We will help you every step of the way.

Our email network is a subscribe only list. This means that we control who signs up and who sees our emails. So you don't have to worry about unauthorized visitors and spam. Most of the spam gets blocked out. That's not to say that some spam won't sneak through, but for the most part, we keep the junk off the list. You can do digest mode (all the emails of the day), or receive each email individually. You get that choice.

We can thank Off Road.Com for giving us this free space and email network. They are great supporters of our sports, so please say thank you if you get the chance.

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Snowmobiling is a favorite winter sport for thousands of Oregonians.

All sizes and shapes of vehicles enjoy Oregon coast line beaches and scenery.

Lake of the Woods provides spectacular scenery and recreation.

Dunes are a wonderful place to enjoy your motorized recreation.

Land of forests, logging history, and multiple use, Oregon also abounds with recreation.

This kiosk is an example of federal commitment to managed OHV recreation in OR

Nick Haris - BRC board member and AMA western representative, tours Forest Service trail system with OR recreation advocates Bob Leaver andLarry Ulrich.

Don Amador, BRC western representative, near Mount Hood on the 2004 Black Dog Dual Sport Ride

Colby Marshall, field representative for Congressman Greg Walden, talks with Oregon Recreation Coalition about importance of defending recreational access to public lands

Visit the Oregon Recreation Coalition new Home Page

FIRST: Send the Moderator (Tom Niemela) an email saying you want to sign up along with a bit about you, your clubs and contact info. Then click here to get to the ORC Email Network

Sign up Link: http://lists.off-road.com/mailman/listinfo/orc

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