Yamaha Honors 14 years and $5 million in Outdoor Access Initiative Grants

Since 2008, the Yamaha Outdoor Access Initiative has led the powersports industry in supporting responsible access to our nation’s public lands for outdoor enthusiasts.

Employees working on the Outdoor Access Initiative at Oakey Mountain.Yamaha

In honor of the  14th anniversary of Yamaha’s Outdoor Access Initiative (OAI), a group of employee volunteers spent their time in the Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forest with The Great Outdoors Fund, fulfilling the fund’s OAI grant project on the Oakey Mountain OHV trail system. Over 14 years, the OAI program has awarded more than $5 million in grant funding.

Grants for early 2022 already awarded include:

  • FireFrost ATV Club, Halstad, Minnesota
  • Friends of the Flathead Avalanche Center, Whitefish, Montana
  • San Juan Mountains Association, Durango, Colorado
  • Turin Ridge Riders, Constable, New York
  • Southern California Mountain Foundation, San Bernardino, California
Yamaha making its mark.Yamaha

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