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Need info about ohv trails for paper

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by NAUBlazer, Mar 24, 2003.

  1. NAUBlazer

    NAUBlazer Registered Member

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    Hey guys,
    I posted in the other forums but i have to finish this paper tonight and i'm not getting any responses. Do you guys know any links to somewhere where i could get information about four wheelers taking care and cleaning up 4x4 trails. I have to convince a bunch of green people in my class so if you guys could help me out that would be awesome. Sorry again about posting this in here. Thanks.
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  2. wrathORC

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    http://www.cleanforests.org/ is the only one I know of.

    If you click on "About AAF" and then "Volunteers" you'll see who is involved. There are a few of us MTU fourwheelers on the forum that I know of.

    I'd send you to www.mtulode.com to look in the archives about the MTU fourwheelers but it seems that their website is down. There should be 2 or 3 articles in their archive from the last year and a half but it seems that the website has gone AWOL.

    The only other place I can think of looking is the BlueRibbon Coalition. I know years ago they were really into protecting ATV trails and I'm sure they've grown. I'm sure they've got a webpage.
     
  3. NAUBlazer

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    Thanks! I already looked at the blue ribbon coalition page and got some info on that. Thanks again.
    Adam
     

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