The management of Recommended Wilderness Areas and Wilderness Study Areas.

April 1, 2017

The following is coming from Sandra Mitchell.  A resolution to this issue has eluded us for decades, however, we may finally have the opportunity to resolve it to our liking which means RWAs/WSAs won’t be managed as Wilderness.  We are in the process of drafting a letter to Secretary Zinke explaining the issue and proposing at […]

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Idaho Pathfinders Trail Rides for 2017

March 6, 2017

Open to the Public: March 12 to Pittsburgh Landing BBQ May 20 is a Show & Shine “Information Day” in White Bird HAS BEEN CANCELED June 10th is the OHV Training with Fun Run Starting @ Fish Creek (more information coming soon) We will be teaming up with the High Mountain Trail Machine Association Club […]

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Idaho Pathfinders March 1st Newsletter

March 6, 2017

Update on The Snake River User Group Steve D. brought in the newest information on the Snake River Group that is fight against all the things the Wallowa Whitman/Fish and Game is trying to put into effect. And the Nation Trail Sturdiest Act. The fees floating or using the river $10 per person to us […]

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Barbecue Ride to Pittsburgh Landing March 12th

February 12, 2017

Sorry about the inconvenience. But the Barbecue Ride has changed it’s date to March 12. After we got to looking the Joe Wilson ST. Paddy’s Day Sausage Feed is on the 12th. The last few years we have been doing it together. Eat Breakfast with the crew at White Bird IOOF hall, then head over to […]

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Idaho State ATV Association Letter to Organizations and House Holds

February 5, 2017

Dear ATV and UTV Enthusiasts and Organized Clubs: Thank you for your past support of the Idaho State ATV Association (“ISATVA”). The ISATVA is an Idaho statewide organization of over twenty local riding clubs comprising over 2,000 members. ISATVA represents ATV, UTV and OHV users throughout Idaho by working to maintain open access to public […]

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