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12 Snowmobile VERMONT PRINOTHLtdGranbyQubec450-776-3600-PRINOTHLLCGrandJunctionColorado970-242-7150 The NEW HUSKY a combination of power maneuverability and efciency supported by the all new Tier 4 nal 228 bhp clean engine plus user-friendly controls and cabin comfort features. A legend is reborn. The New HUSKY. Snowmobiling is a sport we all love. However it is much more than the thrill we get for 12 to 15 weeks each winter as we ride some of the finest trails in the U.S. enjoying spectacular scenery and exciting events. It is something very special and a way of life that we must preserve for future generations. The success of VAST for nearly 50 years is attributable to the tireless efforts of its volunteer members who work year round building bridges fundraising improving and maintaining trails all in an effort to enjoy the sport we love. VASTs success can also be attributed to its long-standing relationships with its landowners. We are very thankful for the privilege of maintaining snowmobile trails across these private lands which is something we take very seriously and make every effort to protect. As you know Vermonts landscape is changing. Today more and more land is being subdivided into smaller parcels dramatically increasing the number of landowners VAST must manage in order to maintain continuity in our trail system. In some instances this fragmentation causes trail closures which either force expensive rerouting or the loss of entire sections of trail. In response to this changing environment within Vermont VAST has formed the Vermont Snow Trails ConservancyCharitable Trust. Mission Protect and preserve lands for snowmobile trails. Develop partnerships with landowners communities and organizations to protect and PRESERVING TRAILS By Mark Ellingwood VAST News