SCMF is currently seeking comments on our latest grant proposal with the State of California for Off Highway Vehicle Education and Safety for 2021. If you'd like to provide input, please click here or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Preliminary grants are due March 2, 2020 and final grants are due June 1st.
Be part of the dedicated enthusiasts making a significant impact on our public lands. Annually, 200 volunteers donate approximately 30,000 hours to help sustain the San Bernardino National Forest, which equates to $700,000 in contributed labor.
Join the ranks of volunteers who are trained and deployed on local trails to educate visitors about our public lands. They carry no law enforcement authority to enforce regulations but instead use their influence, a product of their experience and training, to encourage responsible off-highway travel on public lands. Use your passion to help create a culture of responsibility that protects continued access to public lands for generations of off-highway enthusiasts to come. The public is always invited to our volunteer meetings held the 2nd Wednesday of every month 7-9 pm at the Sizzler in Corona (1461 Rimpau Ave). We discuss membership, challenges in the field, program needs and grants, and enjoy a comradship of OHV.
Email Rick Lavello @ email@example.com for more information about the next host training.
Have a strong commitment to the vision, mission, purpose and objectives of the OHV Program and the National Forest Association
Complete and return the OHV interest card
Demonstrate the ability to interact with visitors in a courteous, informed and positive manner
Complete the required training
Maintain your uniform in good condition and wear it only while on duty
Agree to a minimum of hours per program:
90 hours for on-trail posts
Less than 90 hours for special projects and On the Right Trail
Become a part of the member network vital to the success of this program.
Click here to sign up.