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We are happy to announce the winner of the Sand Sports Super Show / Patton Prerunners by JP Designs / ASA raffle car winner, P.J. Miles from Tucson, AZ who purchased his ticket at the Sand Show. The winning ticket number was 5381.

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The winner of our 2nd prize Arctic Cat - ATVs Wildcat X is Greg Diehl from Peoria, AZ (ticket #3442) who purchased his ticket at the Lucas Oil Short Course Regional Race held in Arizona.

Requests that Court reverse the Judgment that Reopened the Dunes

On September 5, 2014 the Center for Biological Diversity, Sierra Club, Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility, and Desert Survivors filed their Opening Brief in the appeal before the US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.

You may read the Opening Brief in its entirety (453 pages) here

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ASA IS ON IT!

Fees collected at the Imperial Sand Dunes Recreation Area (ISDRA) are authorized under the provisions of the Federal Lands Recreation Enhancement Act (FLREA) enacted in 2004. FLREA is due to “sunset” (terminate) in December of 2015. HR 5204, the Federal Lands Recreation Enhancement Modernization Act, proposes to extend the modified FLREA to the end of December, 2020. It is highly probable that HR 5204 will be attached to the federal appropriations bill that “must pass” in order to avoid a government shutdown.

As noted in the recent ASA DUNER ALERT, the provisions of HR 5204 as drafted could destroy the concept of public lands as places where everyone has access and is welcome.  Fees could be required everywhere of everyone for any activity. This would be an additional tax on top of the taxes that already support public lands for access: regardless of whether they are highly developed like National Parks, Forests, BLM campgrounds, or completely undeveloped like Wilderness Areas. The public’s involvement in setting the permit fees for the ISDRA will be eliminated if this bill passes.

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