Deer We've had lots of calls from customers wanting to help Keep Vermont Clean and Green by voicing their opposition to the Agency of Natural Resource's (ANR) proposed rule on All Terrain Vehicle (ATV) use on state forests and wetlands.  Although the public comment period is closed it's not too late to voice or pen your opinion. 

A Legislative Committee on Administrative Rules, LCAR will be meeting to discuss and sign-off on the proposed rule, probably in the Fall.  We are asking interested customers and readers to contact the Chair of LCAR, Mark MacDonald ( or (802-433-5867) to register their opposition to allowing ATV trails on state land.  

Your opinion counts!  Review the Proposed ATV Rule first then contact Senator MacDonald with the reasons why you oppose it.  If you have any specific alternatives to the rule, offer them up–that's always very effective.

Thanks for reading and taking action on this important issues that greatly affects Vermont's future.  Let us know if you get a response from LCAR.

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2 thoughts on “Vermont ATV Issue Update

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