Increase in Trail Appropriations? The House Appropriations Committee released its report for the Interior Appropriations bill this week. For context the House will be the high water mark for funding and will likely see some differences and decreases in the Senate bill, when that is released. Forest Service $100M to fund Capital Improvement and Maintenance, Trails House Bill: […]
This year we need all hands on deck to fill both warming shelters with split firewood. Bring your family, bring your chainsaws, bring your log splitter, bring you side by side. We will have a BBQ afterwards. We plan to start at Ruckel Warming Shelter at Ruckel Junction.
We are honored to announce annual inductees to the International Hall of Fame. This prestigious honor is bestowed upon the incoming class of annual recipients in recognition for their achievements for the sport of snowmobiling. ISHOF Inductees – 2020
Updated as of 6:30 am, July 2, 2020 Oregon State Snowmobile Association is in regular communication with Oregon Health Authority regarding COVID-19 and taking steps to limit exposure to COVID-19 in accordance with Oregon Health Authority and CDC guidance. To prevent the spread of COVID-19 and to protect our volunteers and the public, we have […]
The Go Snowmobiling campaign has been a great success. Clubs, Groups, and Associations across North America have held Military Rides, Political Rides, and often just have fun holding snowmobile rides with friends and family alike. There is still a good bit of winter to come this year and trails and riding areas in many parts […]
You may recall commenting on the proposal last summer which would facilitate more efficient and effective environmental review and update the permitting process. Over 12,000 comments were received on the proposal. The Council on Environmental Quality has now released a notice of proposed rulemaking. NEPA was signed into law in 1970 and requires Federal agencies […]