Vermont ATV Sportsman's Association, St. Helen Dirtpackers ORV Club of Michigan earn grants
July 02, 2013
The Vermont ATV Sportsman's Association, St. Helen Dirtpackers ORV Club of Michigan and Northwest Wyoming Off High Vehicle Alliance have received off-highway vehicle grants from Yamaha Motor Corp., U.S.A.
The grants are part of Yamaha’s OHV Access Initiative, which is a grant program to support trails, maintain and rehabilitate riding areas, improve staging areas, build bridges over fish-bearing streams and partner with local riding communities across the country to improve the OHV experience.
With its latest round of grants, Yamaha awarded more than $85,000 to a variety of organizations including local riding clubs, regional U.S. Bureau of Land Management offices and the National FFA. The 2013 Q1 Yamaha grant recipients are:
- • U.S. Bureau of Land Use Management, El Centro Field Office, California
- • Coastal Off Road Riders Association, South Carolina
- • Colorado Backcountry Trailriders Association
- • Dirt, Inc., Idaho
- • Electric City Dirt Riders, Montana
- • National FFA Foundation
- • Northwest Wyoming Off High Vehicle Alliance
- • St. Helen Dirtpackers ORV Club, Michigan
- • Vermont ATV Sportsman's Association
Yamaha is actively seeking qualified projects at local, state and federal levels. The current OHV Access Initiative GRANT application form and guidelines are available online at www.yamahaohvaccess.com.