Blocked, censored, and silenced | Facebook is done

I think its safe to say that Facebook has had enough of our shit.

Coming up on the end of a 30-day ban for challenging the narrative on the California wildfires, Arizona Backcountry Explorers is considering other options. 




Facebook is where it all started.

We started this journey just a few years ago on Facebook, and, sadly, we have come to this. Facebook has repeatedly blocked us from posting on many occasions, and it's now time for us to figure out something else. In all honesty, we have an established platform right here. 

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You can now download our web application directly to your device. Simply select the menu option in your browser and select "add to home screen" then save the application to your phone.

Keep a lookout for push notifications for desktop and mobile devices. Soon we will be able to send messages directly to your notification panel whenever we post something new. 

You can also join our Patreon, where you will get access to exclusive content, a chance to join us on the trail, and many other benefits. Swing on over to our Patreon page and take a look! www.patreon.com/azbackcountryexplorers.

You can engage in conversation right here on our website. Every post has a comment section at the bottom of the article, and we will soon have our own web forum/ social platform for folks to share their adventures.

No matter what, our website will continue to operate as usual.

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Engaging Our Community

AZBCE is dedicated to keeping our community informed. We have successfully engaged our community in policy-making decisions that threaten motorized access in Arizona. We take pride in helping shape land-use proposals on Bureau of Land Management and the USDA Forest Service lands.

Going Against The Grain

When nobody else is talking about it, AZBCE is. We believe it's important our community engage in policy decisions that threaten motorized access to our public lands. We publish material through various online and print publications to create awareness about the radical environmental policy facing outdoor recreation.

Our Goals

Promote

Promote adventure and establish our backroads as an economic source for rural Arizona communities.

Engage

Engage our community in policy making decisions that threaten rural Arizona.

Unite

Unit the agriculture, mining and outdoor recreation communities to shape state and federal policy.

Empower

Empower our community and provide the tools to effectively stand guard for traditional Arizona.

Traditional Values

We believe in the western way of life and the founding principles of this great place we call home. We are advocates of limited government, states rights, the US Constitution, and opponents of radical policies that threaten our way of life.


Mapping Adventure

Using GIS data and advanced mapping software, we plan and take on the most memorable adventures across the western United States. Our fans can download our GPS tracks and follow our routes using existing roads and the most challenging trails that connect small towns across the state.

400+ GPS Tracks

1500+ POI

80+ Fire Rings

10+ National Forests

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