NVFCP held an outreach booth and provided a talk on involving the OHV community in preservation during the three day summit.
Employees and representatives from the Bureau of Land Management, US Forest Service, Bureau of Reclamation, Nevada Division of Outdoor Recreation, and Nevada Commission on Off-Highway Vehicles along with folks from the Nevada Offroad Association, Tread Lightly, Nevada Outdoor School, Rail Aware, Vegas Valley 4 Wheelers, MXT Media, and more were in attendance.
We were happy to listen and participate in the many thought provoking presentations.
The highlight of each Summit is the trail ride. This year after a ribbon cutting at the new staging area in Tonopah, we took a 72 mile ride to a Turquoise mine through beautiful sagebrush county. Rental side by sides were provided for the event!
Photo: Ribbon Cutting at the New Staging Area in Tonopah
Laura Butcher from Tread Lightly and Rayette Martin from NVFCP getting ready to ride!
Rayette Martin Presenting