RIDE ON Designated Routes is a new statewide campaign that has united land
management agencies to educate outdoor recreationists who use motorized
vehicles on Utah’s public lands. The campaign, created by Tread Lightly!, unites
the U.S. Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, Utah Division of State
Parks and Recreation, Utah Division of Wildlife Resources, and the Utah School
and Institutional Trust Lands Administration together in an effort to spread a
consistent message throughout the state.
RIDE ON Designated Routes in Utah is being launched Sept. 29, 2012 as part of a National Public Lands Day celebration and cleanup project. The event begins
at 10 A.M.
Jordan River OHV State Recreation Area
2800 North Rose Park Lane
Salt Lake City
(Take I-215 to Exit 25 at 2200 North, turn east onto the Frontage Road and take
the first left onto Rose Park Lane, and travel north to the park entrance.)
Kevin Carter, Director, Utah School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration
Jeff Rasmussen, Deputy Director, Utah State Parks and Recreation
Cindee Jensen, Assistant Director, Utah Division of Wildlife Resources
Lori McCullough, CEO/Executive Director, Tread Lightly!
Aaron Curtis, BLM Branch Chief for Recreation
David Whittekiend, Supervisor, Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest
For interviews, additional information or to RSVP please contact Christine Merkley at email@example.com.