Tired of Land Closure and Trashed trails? How can you get involved?

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Tired of standing on the sidelines?
How can I get involved?
Not sure how you can help?
I want to help but I don't know where to start.


The time is now, to get involved. Even on a local level. We must all individually be better and set an example for other off-roaders and most importantly the next generation to do the same. Or they won't anywhere go to off-road!

There are many great organizations that we have aligned with that are working to help educate and make a difference.

A few we have teamed up with that you should scope out. These are folks out there fighting the good fight. To keep our public lands open.
Check out their sites online and give them follow on Social media... and learn about how you can make a difference. We all want the same thing now let's work together!


IG https://www.instagram.com/cleandezert/
Member on here @Cleandezert


https://www.sonsofsmokey.com/
IG https://www.instagram.com/sonsofsmokey/

IG https://www.instagram.com/friendsofoceanodunes/
Member on here @Jared MacLeod
 
the event this weekend we are helping put on is to raise funds to get a lobbies to keep our public lands open.

@VWbaja10 i agree, when we started clean-dezert in 2005/2006 we had a good following, but i have grown more each year since i came back in 2019 than we did from 2006-2010 when i went on hiatus. All this electric car, green new deal, covid, and social media, ect has changed some of the landscape and people are paying attention more. Its a good thing.

Its interesting to, to see what groups are out there, and how they all carve out a piece of the puzzle around how they want to give back
 
the event this weekend we are helping put on is to raise funds to get a lobbies to keep our public lands open.

@VWbaja10 i agree, when we started clean-dezert in 2005/2006 we had a good following, but i have grown more each year since i came back in 2019 than we did from 2006-2010 when i went on hiatus. All this electric car, green new deal, covid, and social media, ect has changed some of the landscape and people are paying attention more. Its a good thing.

Its interesting to, to see what groups are out there, and how they all carve out a piece of the puzzle around how they want to give back
My dad is who you talked to from Corva back then. I was into the pre runner/race truck scene over the crawling so I always gave him that side to get people involved. I’ve always been onboard with what you do and glad to see the comeback. I’ve participated in jawbone moose Anderson days clean up when I was younger growing up and many others and all the corva events and show booths. I do see that recently over the years people are starting to pay more attention to keeping lands open and how they can help.
 
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