December 24, 2014: Most of the land JDI owns or manages in New Brunswick is open to the public for recreational use over the winter months. This includes snowmobile trails.
For the past 20 years, JDI foresters have been meeting local snowmobile and ATV clubs to collaborate and come up with best solutions regarding existing or proposed recreation trails with the working forest.
|1,891 kilometres of trails on JDI-owned and managed lands in NB.|
“We have a great working relationship with JDI and appreciate the access to the trails that the company offers our members throughout New Brunswick," said Ross Antworth, General Manager of the New Brunswick Federation of Snowmobile Clubs (NBFSC).
The NBFSC promotes the safe enjoyment of organized snowmobiling for New Brunswickers and tourists.
In 2015, JDI is providing a total of 1,891 kilometres of open trails on land the company owns or manages. That's the distance between the Irving Nature Park and Detroit, Michigan!
For more information on recreational use of JDI lands visit our website.
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