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Yamaha Dealers and Customers “Guaranteeing Responsible Access to our Nations Trails”

The Yamaha OHV Access Initiative is a proactive, grassroots program supported by Yamaha dealers and customers nationwide promoting safe, responsible riding and sustainable, open riding areas.

Through the OHV Access Initiative, Yamaha Motor Corp., U.S.A. will provide GRANTs to deserving organizations to help further the program’s goal of Guaranteeing Responsible Access to our Nations Trails. Yamaha encourages clubs, associations and agencies to submit detailed applications for their specific needs.

Each quarter, Yamaha will accept applications from organizations such as non-profit or tax exempt OHV riding clubs, national forests and associations and national, state, local government agencies and associations. A committee then reviews each application and awards GRANTs to deserving projects.

Some examples of how these GRANTs will be used include:

• Trail development, restoration and maintenance.

• Trail signage and map production.

• Staging area construction, renovation and maintenance.

• Safety and education.

To learn more and apply for a Yamaha OHV Access Initiative GRANT, please download this Guidelines and Application form.

OHV Grant Application Information

The next Applications submission period is June 1 - August 31, 2008. See the complete list of application submission and approval dates below.

2008/2009 Applications Submissions and Decision Dates:

Submission Schedule Approval Deadline

• June 1 – Aug. 31, 2008 • October 1, 2008

• Sept. 1 – Nov. 30, 2008 • January 1, 2009

• Jan. 1 – Feb. 29, 2009 • April 1, 2009

• March 1 – May 31, 2009 • July 1, 2009

Yamaha OHV Access Initiative News

The Yamaha OHV Access Initiative has awarded more than $190,000 in First Quarter of 2008. Learn more about the supported projects.

The Yamaha OHV Access Initiative promotes responsible off-road vehicle riding. Please review our Responsible Rider Checklist before operating your off-road vehicle.

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Will this help any of us ?

If you get involved with your local usfs or blm and find some necessary stuff to spend that money on, then yes. If you wait for someone else to get involved, then no.

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