com/prnh/20120530/DE15848) The Mopar Ram Runner and the Ford SVT Raptor met for a shoot-out at Ocotillo Wells State Vehicular Recreation Area (SVRA), a state park in southeast California with 85,000 acres of nothing but dirt, dust and desert.
What does OWSVRA stand for?
OWSVRA stands for Ocotillo Wells State Vehicular Recreation Area (California)
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California's Ocotillo Wells State Vehicular Recreation Area is one of the last free rides in the nation's biggest state park system, which went through a run of layoffs, reassignments and reorganization during the recession of the early '90s, and lost most of its federal aid.
ATTENDING: Scheduled to appear and available for comment are: Congressman Bob Filner; California Senator Denise Moreno Ducheny; Mike Wells, California State Parks - Colorado Desert District Superintendent; Kathy Dolinar, California State Parks - Ocotillo Wells State Vehicular Recreation Area Superintendent; Chuck Sams, TPL Tribal Lands Program Director; Kurt Russo, Native American Land Conservancy; Torres Martinez, Desert Cahuilla Indians representative; Linda Carson, Anza-Borrego Foundation & Institute; Courtney Coyle, TPL California Advisory Board Member SITE INFO: Sections of the property have significant scenic, ecological, archeological, historical, geological, and paleontological features.