Land Use, Access and the Rubicon Trail by Del Albright inspire and motivate
Facebook- Contact - Blog - Help



 Access Menu & Links


Quartzsite Meeting with BLM and Rockhounds
Email for HELP finding something




Hope you and members of your organization will attend the Rockhound Quartzsite meeting. We need a large group to show up and show the BLM that we have a voice in our public lands.

Location:  Quartzsite Alliance Church, 720 Desert View, northwest side of I-10
Time:  6:30pm Arizona Time, for those of you in California, it's 5:30pm California Time
Date:  Friday, January 20, 2012

Jennifer House, Natural Resources Specialist, Colorado River District, Lake Havasu, AZ will speak on the LA POSA Management Plan, affecting the BLM areas around Quartzsite.

We need a LARGE GROUP of folks because the BLM doesn’t seem to take us seriously.
We are all OFF ROADERS.  Four-wheelers and rockhounds, we all use a lot of the same roads, the only difference is that rockhounds stop along the way to pick up rocks.

Shirley Leeson
ALAA Vice President (American Lands Access Assn)
Rockhound ACTIVIST

Description:           A.L.A.A. Meeting January 2012
Keynote Speaker Announced!   Jennifer House - BLM - Natural Resources Specialist

"Currently, staff and the consultant are developing the full plan and environmental assessment. We are tentatively  planning to release the La Posa TMP and Environmental Assessment for public comment in mid-January/early February."  Learn what is in the plan for the public lands around Quartzsite, AZ.
The American Lands Access Association meeting was such a success that the second annual meeting has been scheduled for Quartzsite, Arizona for 2012. An open meeting of the American Lands Access Association will be held on Friday evening, at 6:30 PM, January 20, 2012 at the Quartzsite Alliance Church on 720 Desert View on the north side of Quartzsite.

From Main St take Hwy 95 north to Tyson Rd. and turn left (west), go about .75 miles, or take Moon Mountain Rd north to Tyson Rd. and turn left and go to next street, Desert View, and turn right.  Park in the big parking lot in front of church.. 
This meeting should be of interest to all rockhounds and to anyone who recreates on and uses public lands. The purpose of this meeting is for outreach to rockhounds and the public at Quartzsite;  to let them know about ALAA and what we do.   It is to let rockhounds and the public know the legislative and regulatory challenges and issues facing all of us and how they can and should be involved.



About Us
  US Copyrights Office; All Rights Reserved. Copyright by Del Albright,  

Use by Permission Only