Ditto to what is here. Debra is hooking her training up with SBNF for obvious reasons. Due to the greater area and longer experience time, CNF MC/OHV Patrol Volunteers will now need to attend the SBNF training before being issued USFS Helmet Skins for patrol use in CNF.
Even your esteemed senior patroller, myself, is required to go, so hopefully we will have enough notice before the next training session and we'll have a good OC turnourt.
CNF will have regular Volunteer training this winter, sometime in January at a location in OC. This is mandatory to attend every two years as a minimum.
Personally, I am currently in Northern Nevada getting ready for a 'Polar Bear' ride. Pics to follow... Brrrr..... It snowed here yesterday...
Originally Posted by watchthatcactus
The next session of the OHV Host Orientation training (consisting of 3 sessions) will be offered beginning in early winter. This is held in conjunction with San Bernadino National Forest.
Additionally, Annual Volunteer Training is scheduled for Saturday, January 31. It will be held at the Community College at Jamboree and Chapman. Annual Training is mandatory.
Debra Clarke - Wilderness / Trails Manager District Volunteer Coordinator Cleveland NF, Trabuco Ranger District
1147 East Sixth Street
Corona, CA 92879
(951) 736-1811 x 3227
(951) 736-3002 fax
Debra Clarke of the Forest Servise