September Camp Sinawa Trail Ambassador Field Day for Division 1, 2 and 3. An online course must be done prior to this event. When you pay for the class, you'll get instructions on how to complete the online study guide.
Division 2 also RSVP at - https://rl4wd.com/trails/all/362-septactacc21
This is an advanced class where we do more advanced rollover and recovery training. The fee includes a donation to the local fire department for providing a salvaged rig and costs to discharge element fire extinguishers.
Volunteering as a Trail Ambassador helps us keep and expand 4x4 trails and riding opportunities. This Trail Ambassador class involves a morning classroom session and afternoon hands-on skills session. Trail Ambassadors are needed to report trail conditions, help people out on the trails, and to host small rides at our private and public trail areas.
Optional ride Friday night for those interested.
Saturday meeting in the parking lot most likely to practice skill sets and practice what you've learned in the class.
Sunday, additional training, and riding are possible for those who stay at the camp.
Please RSVP your cabin, RV, or tent space with Ranger Sarah 920-827-6811 if you would like a heated cabin or RV/Tent space.
Ticket fees are for the background check, Trail Ambassador integration, membership card reprint with TGA info, TGA vests, and future RL4WD discounted memberships. You’ll get a 2-year extension on your RL4WD membership ($100+ dollar value). Our aim is to give you more value than the cost of the class.
For the background checks, we look for things like recent violent crimes, sexual misconduct, OWI’s/DWI’s etc. We understand people have a past and that things done in your youth don’t represent who you are now many years later. If you want to talk about something in your background check, please feel free to contact Ryan Harden before paying for this event.
This class certifies you as a Division 2 RL4WD Trail Ambassador through our https://trailambassador.com/ program here at the office. We are a recognized group within the WI DNR, DOT, Tourism, along with many other local, state, and federal agencies.
Cost: $100 per person (new vests now go up to 5XL and have 3 colors)
Items you need:
Your Rig in good working order according to: https://rl4wd.com/event/rigchecklist
First Aid Kit
Front and Rear Recovery Points
GMRS Family Talk Radio / Ham Radio (2m) (HAM is best, GMRS 2nd best) I may not even have a CB for this class.
Please bring snacks and water/drinks and be sure to ask any questions you may have below.
Mission Statement - Live Action Products fosters safe and sustainable recreational use of trails. Through our volunteer network, we assist in the creation, mapping, management, use, and preservation of recreational trails, roads, and routes.
Live Action Products is the production arm of the non-profits we run in our office. Beginning operation in 2010, we found the need to produce quality products that are customized but without the high cost.
Live Action Products manufactures items in metal, PLA, rubbers, and foams. We also embroider and print garments such as shirts, hats and jackets. Signs are produced by plasma cam and powder coated.
Trail Ambassador classes are held online and then field days are completed with certified instructors.