Have you ever wondered what Friends of Jawbone does all year, or how they use the grant money they receive?
Well, we've again produced an Annual Report summing up all the work and projects we engaged in last year. From bringing the OwlsheadGPS Project’s state-wide OHV trail map to Android and iOS devices, to repairing over 300 miles of trails to keep them open to the public, FOJ has a lot to brag about!
Read more: FOJ Annual Report 2016
Join the Friends of Jawbone on Saturday, April 29th, for the 21st annual Moose Anderson Day Cleanup!
Free lunch and T-shirt for all PRE-REGISTERED participants
50/50 drawing and Door Prizes
This year we'll be cleaning up more trigger trash. Register at my.jawbone.org.
Share your input on Hungry Valley SVRA. Attend one of their workshops and provide input for the Hungry Valley SVRA General Plan Update. At each workshop, they will collect your insight on the park including future changes that may be considered in the Hungry Valley SVRA General Plan. These workshops are open to the public in an open house format. Arrive at any of the workshops and have your voice heard by Hungry Valley SVRA and your fellow community members.
To download the flyer click here
The California State Park’s Transformation Team’s Recommendations have been released and within is this alarming statement about the state’s highly successful OHV program:
The current organization structure separates these important recreation services from the rest of the services provided by the department. Visitors would be better served by fully integrating these services into the rest of the department.
What would this mean? It would mean an end to the Off-Highway Motor Vehicle Recreation Division of State Parks.
Read more: Call to Action: Save California's OHV Program! UPDATED!