This is a workshop to help us write letters to the Bureau of Land Management about keeping off-road vehicle (ORV) routes off BLM and other land in our Joshua Tree neighborhoods.
If you don’t want a fleet of ORVs driving legally near (and possibly on) your private property, TAKE ACTION and come to this workshop.
This is one of those rare instances when letters will actually make a difference!
The BLM is evaluating where and whether to put ORV routes in residential neighborhoods adjacent to private property. Drop in and we’ll help you:
– identify proposed routes near your house on the maps
– fill out the minimization form
– and write your letter to the BLM.
Saturday, 9:00 a.m. – Noon, January 16, 2016
Copper Mountain Mesa Community Center
65336 Winters Road, North Joshua Tree, CA 92252
The BLM’s DEADLINE for public comment is: January 25, 2016
R E S O U R C E S
BLM WEMO Link
COW (Community ORV Watch) Links
M A P S
You are most likely in TMA 3 (Travel Management Area 3). Open these from the file and you will be able to open and apply various layers.
O R I E N T A T I O N
WEMO Route Form Orientation – To get you started
F O R M
WEMO Route Form – Use to actually document routes of concern
BLM Tips and Tricks Document
Helpful in using the route designation map
Wonder Valley, CA