• December 1, 2010- March 31, 2011
• April 29, 2011
• April 1 – June 30, 2011
• July 29, 2011
• July 1 – September 30, 2011
• October 31, 2011
• October 1 – November 30, 2011
• January 13, 2012The final Yamaha OHV Access Initiative GRANTs for 2010 included $102,000 awarded to seven organizations for projects such as trail construction and maintenance, mapping, and education programs promoting awareness of safe and responsible riding practices. GRANTs were awarded to the following organizations in the third and fourth quarter of 2010:· High Mountain ATV Association, Wallace, Idaho
· Forest Grove District, Oregon Department of Forestry, Forest Grove, Ore.
· Northumberland County, Anthracite Adventure Recreation Area, Sunbury, Penn.
· San Bernardino National Forest Association, Fawnskin, Calif.
· Stewards of the Sierra National Forest, North Folk, Calif.
· Tillamook District, Oregon Department of Forestry, Tillamook, Ore.
· Tonto Recreation Alliance (TRAL), Tempe, Ariz.About the Yamaha OHV Access InitiativeEach quarter, Yamaha accepts applications from non-profit or tax-exempt organizations including OHV riding clubs and associations, national, state and local public land use agencies and other members of the OHV community in the United States. A committee then reviews each application and awards GRANTs to deserving projects.Examples of appropriate projects for GRANTs include, but are not limited to:
· Trail development, restoration and maintenance
· Trail signage and map production
· Staging area construction, renovation and maintenance
· Land stewardship, trail safety and educationUpdated guidelines, an application form and information on the OHV Access Initiative are available at: Yamaha-Motor.com/OHVAccess. For specific questions about the OHV Access Initiative, call Yamaha’s dedicated OHV Access Initiative Hotline at 1-877-OHV-TRAIL (877-648-8724), email OHVAccess@yamaha-motor.com or write to: Yamaha OHV Access Initiative Review Committee, 6555 Katella Avenue, Cypress, CA 90630-5101.