Friends of Jawbone Install New Signs to Help Off-Roaders Stay on Track

| September 2, 2009 | 0 Comments
Friends of Jawbone

Friends of Jawbone

The Friends of Jawbone, one of BLM’s partners in the BLM Ridgecrest Field Office, recently installed trail signs at the Jawbone OHV Area near Mojave, CA.

The Friends of Jawbone recently installed signs in OHV areas, to educate riders on the importance of staying in approved areas or on approved routes.

The group used some newly designed hole drilling equipment that makes the task of installing new signs much easier.

Jawbone Open Area is located off State Highway (SH) 14, approximately 20 miles north of the intersection of SH 14 and 58 in the town of Mojave. From cross-country play to advanced technical routes, the Jawbone OHV Area offers over 7,000 acres of open-use public land where you can ride anywhere your skill and machine will take you (as long as you stay in designated “open” areas).  Jawbone is also a great starting point to begin to explore the hundreds of miles of trail riding opportunities available in this region and outside of the OHV Open Area.

Friends of Jawbone Mission Statement
The Friends of Jawbone provides a forum for users of public lands in and around Jawbone Canyon to promote the preservation, multiple use, and restoration of all public lands, local, state and federal.

To support and develop projects to improve, protect and maintain existing trails and to promote understanding, education and cooperation between all users of public lands.

For more information about the Friends of Jawbone, check out their website at: www.jawbone.org.

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