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In This Issue: All Eyes on Utah. Running Out of Time, Acting BLM Director, and Working Together.
In this issue: Trump to Reduce Size of Two National Monuments, H.R. 3990, the National Monument Creation and Protection Act, Disaster Funding for Fighting Wildfires, Agency Vacancies 2.0, and National Park Service Fee Increase
In this issue: Agency Vacancies, National Monument Recommendations, Interim Funding for the Federal Government, H.R. 1913, Clear Creek National Recreation Area and Conservation Act, and Calamities
In this issue: Hurricane Harvey, Financial Challenges Generate Heat, New Chief of the Forest Service, National Monument Recommendations, Department of the Interior Reorganization (DOI), and NOHVCC Annual Conference.
In this issue: National Monument Review, Clear Creek, Sec. Zinke Finally Gets a Deputy, New BLM Planning Rule, FY 2018 Appropriations.
In this issue: Wildfires, Interior Shake-up, Sage Grouse Review, National Monument Review, Clear Creek Clears a Hurdle and Summer
In This Issue: Federal Budget, Secretary Zinke Visits Utah, Wildfire Hearing and OHV Experience Survey.
In this issue: Trump Tackles National Monuments; FY 2017 Appropriations, finally…; BLM Planning Rule 2.0 Rework; Cabinet Update; Clear Creek Legislation, H.R. 1913; and Outdoor Recreation = $$$.
President Trump signing H.J.Res.44. 2.0 = 0 President Trump took the final step in nullifying the Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) updated planning rule (2.0) when he signed H.J.Res.44. This planning rule was finalized in the closing days of the Obam …
In this issue: Zinke is Confirmed; A Presidential Budget Cut; Bears Ears National Monument Controversy Continues; Regulatory Reform; and CRT Awards
In this issue: Cabinet Selections; Reading the Fine Print – The Future of the Forest Service; Is the LWCF in trouble?; National Monuments; Two for One; and Whirlwind
In this issue: Happy New Year; Trump’s Cabinet; First One-Hundred Days of the 115th Congress; President Obama and New Monument Designations; and A New Agenda
In This Issue: Presidential Election Results; Congressional Election Results; Trump Cabinet; Continuing Resolution; Passage – H. R. 4665/S. 2219; Sage Grouse; H.R. 845 Becomes Law; and Forest Service Citizens’ Guide.
In this issue: Almost Over, Lame Duck Session, 25th Anniversary of the Recreational Trails Program (RTP), and OHV Recreation is Good for the Economy.
In this issue: H.R. 5780. The Utah Public Lands Initiative Act, H.R. 1838. Clear Creek National Recreation Area and Conservation Act, H.R. 845. The National Forest System Trails Stewardship Act, S. 437 Improved National Monument Designation Process Act, and Money
In This Issue: Congress Returns, Big Win for Imperial Sand Dunes, and Monument Designation Epidemic Hits New England.
In This Issue: Presidential Candidates; Recreational Trails Program (RTP); Traveling Secretary Jewell; Interior Appropriations; Clear Creek Moves Forward; and California State Parks
In this issue: BLM 2.0 Planning Rule; Secretary Jewell’s Summer Trips; Interior Appropriations/National Monuments; CRT Award for Great Trails; and Photos
In this issue: Fire Season!; Sage Grouse Rider; National Monuments; and Summer Recreation
In this issue: BLM Planning Rule, 2.0; Sage Grouse Redux; EPA Steps Back; National Park Service Centennial; and So Little Time
In this issue: Overcoming the long reach of the EPA, R. 1838, the Clear Creek National Recreation Area and National Monument designations.
In this issue: More Monument Designations; BLM Proposed Rule on Resource Management Plans; and By the Numbers
In this issue: Snow and then some; Utah Public Lands Initiative; NOHVCC and BLM Workshops; New Website Design
In this issue: Wobbling out of Washington and 2016.
In this issue: Congressional Christmas Wish List, Land and Water Conservation Fund, National Park Service Centennial, and Christmas Greetings.
In this isssue: Speaker Ryan, RTP, FLREA, Feinstein Desert Rally, Two-year Budget Deal and NOHVCC Annual Conference.
In this issue: Sage Grouse; California Desert Legislation; Continuing Resolution; Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF); Transportation Reauthorization; Speaker Boehner Steps Down; and Yogi-isms
In this issue: It’s all about the numbers, Congressional Agenda, LWCF, National Monuments, and Labor Day.
In this issue: Transportation Reauthorization, Interior Appropriations, Wildfire Funding, Monument Designations and looking ahead.
In this issue: transportation reauthorization/Recreational Trails Program; sage grouse; monument designations; and federal funding issues
In this issue: Transportation Reauthorization Update; Land Management Agency Funding for FY16; Another Monument Designation?; Sage Grouse Update; & Photos
In this issue: Sage Grouse listing update; Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF); FY 16 Appropriations; S. 1040, The ROV In-Depth Examination Act; and Recreational Trails Program (RTP) Update
In this issue: Budget Time; Head Winds for Utah Public Lands Initiative; Congressional Leadership Change; RTP Update; and Legislative Update
In this issue: Our Legislative Update, “Two Bites Are Better Than One” and CRT awards for RTP projects
In this issue: Congressional Committees, Fire Suppression Funding, Presidential Declarations, Forest Service Snowmobile Regulation, Symbolic Votes on Monument Designations, Lesser Prairie Chicken and Wilderness Designations
In this issue: Lame Duck Congress; Funding for the Public Lands Agencies; 114th Congress; RTP; and FLREA
In this issue: The Lame Duck Isn’t Limping, Yet!; New House Committee Chairs; and Utah Public Lands Initiative
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Americans for Responsible Recreational Access (ARRA) was formed to ensure that Americans are not arbitrarily denied the right to responsibly experience and enjoy the public lands that belong to the citizens of the United States. The members of ARRA, which include horseback riders, personal watercraft users, off-highway vehicle and snowmobile riders, and vacationing families, have joined together to provide input on decisions regarding land use designation, recreation opportunities, and preservation. Its members seek responsible consideration of competing activities, which are based on sound environmental principles.
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