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Transition Habitat applies for OHV Restoration Grant

Pinon Hills, CA. February 13, 2019

Transition Habitat Conservancy is applying for grant funding from the State of California, Department of Parks and Recreation, Off-Highway Motor Vehicle Recreation Division, for the 2018/2019 grant cycle. The grant monies will be used to fund Transition Habitat’s ongoing habitat restoration and OHV route management efforts in the Fremont-Kramer and Superior- Cronese Desert Wildlife Management Areas of San Bernardino County. The public comment period is open March 5 - April 4. You can make comments on our grant here: OHMVR Grants

 TRANSITION HABITAT CONSERVANCY is in support of responsible recreation on our public lands. Remember: be smart and safe when exploring. See below for more information about off-road recreation in the west Mojave desert.

This map is only a guide. All routes depicted on this map are subject to change with future updates to the Bureau of Land Management’s Western Mojave Travel Plan

This map is only a guide. All routes depicted on this map are subject to change with future updates to the Bureau of Land Management’s Western Mojave Travel Plan

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Harper Dry Lake Marsh  is a Watchable Wildlife Viewing area and an Area of Critical Environmental Concern (ACEC). It’s also an important stopping place for thousands of migrating birds.

Harper Dry Lake Marsh is a Watchable Wildlife Viewing area and an Area of Critical Environmental Concern (ACEC). It’s also an important stopping place for thousands of migrating birds.