California Off-Road Vehicle Association
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  • May 18, 2015 3:01 PM | Amy Granat (Administrator)

    The California Off-Road Vehicle Association celebrates the following new award winners:

    Off-Roader of the Year  - Randy Banis

    Conservation Award - Madhatters 4x4 Club

    Northern Club of the Year - East Bay Hi-Tailers

    Southern Club of the Year - Point Mugu 4x4

  • May 18, 2015 2:59 PM | Amy Granat (Administrator)

    The California Off-Road Vehicle Association held its Annual Meeting this past weekend in Santa Maria and elected Diana Mead as new President of the association.

    Along with a new President, CORVA reelected Bruce Whitcher as Vice President of Public Policy and Land Use. Please support our new board members!

  • May 14, 2015 4:41 PM | Amy Granat (Administrator)

    CORVA is holding a fun and educational workshop to help everyone understand the Carnegie SVRA Expansion and add their support for the project in a meaningful way. Carnegie SVRA Expansion

  • March 18, 2015 5:57 PM | Amy Granat (Administrator)

    CORVA, together with our partners Sierra Access Coalition, Butte and Plumas Counties filed a lawsuit against the Plumas National Forest seeking relief on multiple claims of wrongdoing during Travel Management.

    Check out the webpage for more information, including link to documents, video, podcast and press release here.

  • January 30, 2015 7:55 PM | Amy Granat (Administrator)

    The final planning directives, effective January 30, 2015, are now available. These directives are the key set of agency guidance documents that direct implementation of the 2012 planning rule. The Agency’s goal is to ensure an adaptive land management planning process that is inclusive, efficient, collaborative and science-based to promote healthy, resilient, diverse and productive National Forests and Grasslands. The final directives will support consistent approaches to achieving the broad goals of the 2012 planning rule.

  • June 04, 2014 5:52 PM | Bruce Brazil (Administrator)


    CORVA, Tierra Del Sol, and Ecologic Team Up to Oppose Ocotillo Wells Lawsuit

    The California Off-Road Vehicle Association (CORVA), Tierra Del Sol Four Wheel Drive Club (TDS), and Ecologic Partners are pleased to announce they have joined forces to oppose the lawsuit seeking to end open riding at the Ocotillo Wells State Vehicular Recreation Area (OWSVRA). Last year, Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility (PEER) and the Desert Protection Council (DPC) filed suit against State ...Parks, claiming the open riding policy at Ocotillo Wells SVRA was damaging natural and cultural resources. Jesse Barton of Sacramento has represented CORVA since they filed for intervener status last year, and will continue representing the organization. Joining him will be David Hubbard of Gatzke Dillon & Ballance (Carlsbad), attorney for TDS and Ecologic.

    PEER and DPC filed suit in Sacramento Superior Court alleging that State Parks is violating the Public Resources Code in their management of Ocotillo Wells. The Attorney General has aggressively defended State Parks’ management of the OWSVRA.

    Now CORVA, TDS and Ecologic will be partnering to make sure every possible argument in favor of OHV recreation is developed and argued in this effort to keep OWSVRA open. “The more legal advice we have to help litigate this matter the better” agreed Harry Baker, CORVA President. “TDS has members whose families have recreated in this area for generations” said Tim Augustine, President of TDS, “we felt the more pairs of legal eyes reviewing this, the more likely we are to come out with a win”. Jesse Barton and David Hubbard will collaborate on developing the legal briefs necessary to convince the judge that State Parks has not abused its discretion in the management of the Park and that the natural and cultural resources continue to be protected effectively according to the law.

  • May 20, 2014 11:36 AM | Bruce Brazil (Administrator)

       I just watched the hearing at:
    This was only an information gathering hearing, no voting. The hearing is a bit fragmented between different bills due to attendees time commitments. HR 1776 can be seen at the following time segments, 58:00-1:09, 1:21-1:32, and 1:36-1:58.
    Chairman Bishop asked if even stronger language for OHV opportunities could be added to the bill!! Rep. LaMalfa stated he was on "our" side. Mr. Roundtree, representing the BLM, claimed to not know about the publics perception of the potential asbestos hazard but was quick to support the EPA asbestos report. Steve Koretoff did a good job of presenting a quality statement and answered questions presented by the committee.

  • March 25, 2014 10:39 AM | Amy Granat (Administrator)
    Superwinch is dedicated to the quality of their product, just like CORVA, they take commitment to the off-road community seriously.

    Now together as partners, Superwinch and CORVA are not resting on their laurels. Superwinch has a "Get Serious" campaign, meaning they are serious about continuous improvements, innovative design and timely market response to keep Superwinch, our OE and distribution partners and the winch end user on top. CORVA is proud to partner with a  company who stresses "value, innovation, function, quality, price and service." That is the Superwinch tradition, and the CORVA tradition as well. 
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