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VT-OHV Rec. Org. Development Workshop & Ride Into Political Action Seminar

November 06, 2007 7:00 AM


Dear BRC Action Alert Subscriber,

Attention Vermont recreationists!

I just received an email about the Vermont OHV Recreation Organization Development Workshop and "Ride Into Political Action" Seminar being sponsored by the Vermont OHV community and the National Off-Highway Vehicle Conservation Council (NOHVCC).

I pasted a copy of the release below, so take a few minutes, read it over, and pass the information on to as many people as possible. Mark your calendar and plan to attend. 


Thanks in advance for your support,
Ric Foster
Public Lands Department Manager
BlueRibbon Coalition
208-237-1008 ext 107


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                             Contact: Danny Hale
November 5, 2007                                                                               Phone: (802) 229-2997

OHV Recreation Organization Development Workshop
"Ride Into Political Action" Seminar

Saturday, December 8 - Sunday, December 9, 2007
Alumni Hall, Barre Auditorium, 20 Auditorium Hill, Barre, VT


The VT ATV Sportsman's Association, VT Jeep Association, Cycle Conservation Club of Vermont, American Motorcyclist Association District 1 and the National Off-Highway Vehicle Conservation Council will conduct a NOHVCC Association Development Workshop on Saturday, December 8 and an AMA "Ride Into Political Action" Seminar on Sunday, December 9 at the Barre Park and Recreation Department in Barre.

The purpose of the workshop and seminar are to bring together Vermont off-highway vehicle interests including off-highway motorcycle, ATV and four-wheel drive enthusiasts and OHV-oriented businesses and to:

  • Build the foundation for a statewide Vermont OHV association;
  • Establish a structure and process that will improve communication and cooperation between OHV recreation clubs;
  • Build a better understanding of land management issues and how to effectively improve and protect responsible OHV opportunities on private and public land; and
  • Improve the ability of the Vermont OHV recreation public to participate in and effectively influence political processes.

A registration fee of $15.00 (single day) or $25.00 (two days) will be charged to cover materials, lunches and beverage service throughout the weekend. On-line registration is now open. Advance registration is required.

The National Off-Highway Vehicle Conservation Council is a non-profit educational foundation. For information regarding the NOHVCC and its workshop program visit its website at

Don't miss out. Be in Barre on December 8-9, 2007!

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