Yamaha, Federal Premium, Bushnell and the Dallas Safari Club help Tread Lightly! fund 25 Restoration for Recreation Projects across the U.S.
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Tread Lightly!, Noble Energy, Inc. and the U.S. Forest Service recently celebrated the completion of three priority Restoration for Recreation projects implemented this year on the Pawnee National Grassland, near the community of Greeley, Colorado.
In an effort to proactively protect recreation access and opportunities by supporting Tread Lightly!, a variety of companies within the outdoor recreation industry have donated more than 50 items to the nonprofit organization Tread Lightly! for its Seventh Annual Charity Auction. The auction went live August 3 and runs through August 10.
Tread Lightly! and its partners Bass Pro Shops and Arctic Cat announced a new program designed to grow Tread Lightly!’s member base. Individuals who join or renew their membership will be entered to win an Arctic Cat 2015 Wildcat Trail XT side by side and high-value Bass Pro Shops gift cards.
More than 50 volunteers turned out on Tuesday during the Easter Jeep Safari to help improve Moab’s popular Seven-Mile Rim Trail and Wipe Out Hill. Volunteers constructed nearly a half mile of fencing to help more clearly delineate the trail and reduce impact on the surrounding areas.
Tread Lightly!, the national nonprofit and leading organization supporting outdoor recreation, has launched the www.JoinTreadLightly.org URL to encourage increased membership in support of its 25th anniversary this year.
The national nonprofit Tread Lightly! is celebrating the successful completion of the third year of an interpretive education program aimed at protecting and enhancing recreational opportunities for a wide variety of outdoor activities ranging from recreational shooting to off-highway vehicle (OHV) recreation.