I feel for you guys. Fortunately, we haven't had to deal with near as many land issues out here, but it is starting to happen. When the shit does hit the fan, I can only hope that folks out here take a proactive stance. My g/f's little brother was over here the other day and he read a response letter that I have on my fridge from Bill Frist. He couldn't understand why I was getting letters from senators. I told him that as a red-blooded American, it's every voter's right and responsibilty to maintain communication with the lawmakers who make decisions that concern the public.
When land use becomes an issue in my neck of the woods, I'll be there. And, since I'm an off-road enthusiast who loves to enjoy trails wherever I can get my rig, I will support any endeavor that furthers our sport/hobby as a whole. I may not pay taxes out west, but I would be more than happy to send emails and letters to anyone and everyone who has anything to do with any trails that I plan on running in the future. Mileage is no boudary in my book. A trail is a trail and I hope to run them all before the day that I die. If there is anything that I can do, I am more than happy to contribute.