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Tired of the federal government closing roads? Join us and empower your community.

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Wednesday, July 8, 2020

Motorized access | Why it's important

There appears to be a massive quarrel about motorized access and why it's essential.

Motorized access has been redefined and used to somehow describe a way to protect the environment by keeping vehicles on designated roads. Motorized access is not meant to protect wildlife, the environment, or nature in any way. In fact, it's a right that is granted by law. 

Thursday, May 7, 2020

Re-wilding Arizona | The plan of a radical environmentalist

Travel Management Planning is just one step towards complete closure. Let me show you how. 

It's hard for your average person to comprehend a scenario where non-governmental organizations buy up rural private property to create wildlife preserves to turn 50% of the United States into Wilderness. If you're concerned about road closures, then strap on your tinfoil hat and get ready for this one.

Saturday, March 21, 2020

The crested saguaro cactus | Arizona's majestic beauty

The crested saguaro cactus is an attractive destination

Among the thousands of saguaro cactuses in Arizona, there are a few who stand out from the rest. Most humans give them no attention as we pass by daily. Maybe the saguaro blends in with the rest. Or perhaps they are just disregarded as a freak of nature.

Friday, March 20, 2020

Designated wilderness and RS 2477 roads | Its a sticky situation

Many designated wilderness areas could be considered null and void under the law

When we think of a Wilderness Area, we typically think of a roadless area set aside and protected from Mining and motorized activity to create a haven for wildlife. The reality is, many designated Wilderness areas contain old roads and trails and do not meet the requirements for wilderness designation.

The ultimate guide to camping in Arizona

You don't need to go far to go camping in Arizona

While many states are stuck with private land, 86% of Arizona's landmass is open for recreation. We have wide-open spaces that are shared among the settlers of the west. Western life is naturally engrained in our soal. While reliving history on the land our forefathers procured, there is nothing better than a hot pork loin over a mesquite campfire.

Sunday, February 23, 2020

Road closures | Arizona courts or federal bureaucrats

Congressional nullification opens the door for Arizona courts to decide on road closures 

Nullifying The USDA Forest Service Travel Management Rule 36 CFR 212 will open the door for an Arizona court of competent jurisdiction to close roads over Federal public lands. Local control could be the best chance we have to keep motorized access open.