Off-road advocate says BLM closure plan flawed

CHRISTOPHER TOMLINSON/The Daily Sentinel—Brad Guth, of Grand Junction, rides his all-terrain vehicle in the desert north of Grand Junction on land administered by the Bureau of Land Management. During the spring Club 20 meeting Saturday at Colorado Mesa University, a BLM official acknowledged public concern over the agency’s proposal to close some off-road vehicle routes in three management areas on the Western Slope



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CHRISTOPHER TOMLINSON/The Daily Sentinel—Brad Guth, of Grand Junction, rides his all-terrain vehicle in the desert north of Grand Junction on land administered by the Bureau of Land Management. During the spring Club 20 meeting Saturday at Colorado Mesa University, a BLM official acknowledged public concern over the agency’s proposal to close some off-road vehicle routes in three management areas on the Western Slope

The Bureau of Land Management is sharply underestimating the value of recreation on its lands in western Colorado, according to a motorized vehicle advocate who is concerned about its…




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