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    Big Cypress

    National Preserve Florida

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  • Secondary Trail Closure

    As part of a settlement agreement with plaintiffs related to the designation of secondary off-road vehicle trails, all secondary off-road vehicle trails are closed until further environmental review and analysis can be completed. More »

  • October Off-Road Vehicle Advisory Committee Meeting Cancelled

    The National Park Service at Big Cypress National Preserve has cancelled the off-road Vehicle Advisory Committee meeting that was scheduled for Tuesday, October 7. More »

Meeting Reference Materials - 2012

REFERENCE MATERIALS FOR 2/2012 MEETING

ORVAC protocols (38.0 KB, .doc file)

Trail mileage as of 1/25/12 (118.0 KB, PDF file)

Stairsteps trail map (jpg) (264.1 KB, Image file)

Stairsteps trail map (kml) (210.2 KB, .kml file)

Block House camp background information (23.0 KB, .doc file)

Block House map (1.3 MB, PDF file)


REFERENCE MATERIALS FOR 5/2012 MEETING

Document Content: Draft minutes of 12/6/11 meeting (54.0 KB, .doc file)

Draft minutes of 2/16/12 meeting (50.5 KB, .doc file)

Request for recommendation on ORV management in Zone 3 (48.5 KB, .doc file)


REFERENCE MATERIALS FOR 8/2012 MEETING

Document Content: Draft minutes of 5/15/12 meeting (70.0 KB, .doc file)


REFERENCE MATERIALS FOR 11/2012 MEETING

20120913 email to ORVAC regarding review of materials for 11/2012 meeting (26 KB, .pdf)

DRAFT suggestion on Stairsteps Unit from subcommittee to full committee (218.0 KB, .kml file)

Judge Steele's 07/10/12 Opinion & Order (314.0 KB, .pdf file)

08/30/12 DRAFT ORVAC Meeting Minutes & 7/21/12 Corndance/Stairsteps Subcommittee Report
(306 KB, .pdf file)

ORVAC Recomendations and NPS Responses

11/02/12 Email from John Adornato to full committee (68 KB, .PDF file)
- Attachment 1 (17 KB, .PDF file)
- Attachment 2 (73 KB, .PDF file)

Powerpoint presentation trail details in Turner River and Corn Dance Units (426 KB, .PDF file)

 

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Did You Know?

Bear in a tree.

Many do not expect to see bears in Florida. Actually, we have a healthy population within the state. Big Cypress is one of their ideal habitats in Southwest Florida. If camping in the area, be sure to keep your camp "bear proof."