Center for Biological Diversity

Help Protect Grand Canyon's North Rim From Motorized Mayhem

Meadow damage
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Off-road vehicles have been running rampant in northern Arizona for decades, tearing up archeological sites, crushing vegetation and ruining habitat for imperiled wildlife. Right now, the North Kaibab Ranger District of the Kaibab National Forest is asking you to let it know what you think of its off-road vehicle plan.  

The Center has carefully reviewed the Forest Service plan, and we’ve made it easy for you to get involved. Join us in telling the Service that we value quiet forests and protecting wildlife habitat. Let the agency know you don't want your public lands ruined by too many unaffordable roads.  

This ranger district needs to hear from you by May 24, so please take a few minutes now to personalize the letter below and ask the Forest Service to prioritize the protection of wildlife and watersheds in its travel-management decision.
With your help, we can push back against motorized mayhem in northern Arizona.

Use the form below to send a letter to the Forest Service.

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Please take action by May 24, 2011.

Photo of meadow damage near Forest Road 260 by Kim Crumbo.

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For more information on the North Kaibab's travel-management plan, including background documents and maps, please click here or visit the Center's travel-management Web page. The Center for Biological Diversity's route recommendations are here.

Click here for PDF maps of the Forest Service's four plan alternatives:
Alternative 1
Alternative 2
Alternative 3
Alternative 4

You can also draft your own letter to the Forest and send it via email to comments-southwestern-kaibab-north-kaibab@fs.fed.us. Be sure to include "NKRD Travel-management Project" in the subject line. Finally, you can send a letter through the mail to the Forest Service at:

North Kaibab Ranger District
Kaibab National Forest
Attn: Travel Management
P.O. Box 248
Fredonia, AZ 86022
FAX (928) 643-8105

Please note that if you send an email or letter to the National Forest, you will be included in its contact list to receive information about this project in the future, and your comments and contact information will become part of the public record.