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Boise Off-Road and Outdoor Expo 2024

The MWRA had a fantastic time this week, getting new members, sharing our message, learning a lot, and meeting tons of great people!

Thursday Kristina and her husband Jason provided food for the Borex core team as they began the setting up for the expo and moving vendors in.

Friday the doors opened and the expo began. We had a great time meeting people and talking about our cause. We also had a chance to get together with some other organizations that we will hopefully team up with in the future! Friday night the team sent Kristina to The NEPA training hosted by the BLM's very own Tammy Pike. Kristina learned a lot and we will be putting out an article soon on how to create meaningful comments on government management plans.

Saturday we got tons of new members and hopefully a lot of participants for the Initial Point Cleanup on April 27th. We also listened to many concerns people had about the trail closures happening in Owyhee County Idaho, other locations that have massive amounts of garbage, and how people want us to voice concerns to government officials. We plan to look into all of the concerns people have voiced to us and see what we can do to help our public lands. As a non-profit our duty is to the public and we firmly believe in listening to what our members want from us whenever possible.

By 7:30pm we had 15 new members and it was time for the raffle. We would like to thank all of the sponsors for the raffle: Truma, The Boise Hawks, Tamarack Ski Resort, McU, and some independent donors, as well as Rocks Water for supplying us with ice cold water all day.

Overall, it was a great experience for all of us and we learned a lot! We look forward to getting to know all of our new members and working towards creating a better, cleaner, future for all outdoor recreationists.

Don't forget about the Initial Point Clean Up at Initial Point on April 27th from 9am to 3pm!






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