Yamaha’s OHV Access Plan Brings $1.3 Million Over Next Two Years
Yamaha announced that through their OHV Access Initiative called GRANT they will be giving another $80,000 dollars to the program. GRANT stands for Guaranteeing Responsible Access to our Nations Trails. In 2009 Yamaha has given $685,000 dollars and combining that amount with their 2008 funding brings the total to about $1.3 million.
Yamaha’s ultimate goal with this program is to help riders and off-roaders of all kinds ensure that adequate land is available for their use. They provide funding and resources to many different OHV clubs and associations as well as state and federal level land management agencies. Yamaha ended up funding over 11 different groups in the last quarter of 2009. All of these groups are listed below. If you would to learn more about this program you can view all of the details directly on Yamaha’s website.
- California Trail Users Coalition
- Coronado National Forest, Arizona
- Friends of Florida State Forest
- Jackson County Forestry & Parks Department, Wisconsin
- Lost Rivers Economic Development, Recreational Trails Committee, Idaho
- Nebraska Off Highway Vehicle Association
- North Country ATV Association/NYTRO of Eastern New York
- Ride with Respect, Utah
- San Juan Trail Riders, Colorado
- Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources: Lafayette County
- Oregon Department of Forestry: Tillamook District