Donation to provide a fully equipped trail tools wagon as part of the ongoing effort to encourage safe, responsible and sustainable open riding areas in Plumas and Sierra Counties.
Quincy, CA—March 26, 2020—Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship (SBTS) is pleased to announce it has received a Yamaha Outdoor Initiative grant of $26,822 to create a mobile tool wagon for their future trail building and maintenance projects in Plumas and Sierra Counties. This grant was awarded as part of Yamaha’s Outdoor Access Initiative promoting safe, responsible, and sustainable, open riding areas.
The grant funds will be used to purchase a trailer and materials to build it into a mobile tool shed and shop. The trailer will be equipped with the tools necessary to support large groups of volunteer trail workers as well as the full time Pro Trail Crew.
Scott Englund, the OHV ambassador for SBTS, said, “This grant money will provide the needed tools for the numerous events and trail projects we have slated for the Lost Sierra.”
As part of our continued initiative to support the Off-Highway Vehicle and multi-use recreation trails in in our area, Yamaha has provided these funds. Various user groups will be able to enjoy these trails, thanks in part to Yamaha’s Outdoor Access Initiative.
Everyone who enjoys outdoor recreation can thank groups like the Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship,” said Steve Nessl, Motorsports Marketing Manager for Yamaha Motor Corp., USA. “Their dedication to responsible land management helps ensure access to public land and trails is an excellent example of the Yamaha Outdoor Access Initiative mission. We are happy to support their work on the Plumas and Tahoe National Forests so that off-highway vehicle enthusiasts can continue to enjoy the riding opportunities there.”