At Polaris, we seek to have a positive impact on the outdoor places where people use our products and are committed to protecting where we ride.
Supporting our focus on THINK PLACES we have two aspirations that demonstrate our commitment for stewardship and responsible riding: POSITIVE IMPACT & PROTECT WHERE WE RIDE
We seek to have a positive impact on the outdoor places where people use our products to enjoy nature and embrace new experiences. We are committed to promoting responsible riding practices and advancing stewardship initiatives that help protect and care for our natural resources.
T.R.A.I.L.S. Grant Program
Since 2006, we have donated more than $3 million to nearly 350 organizations through our T.R.A.I.L.S Grant Program. In 2022, we expanded the program to include Canada and donated nearly $230,000 to support trail stewardship and rider education efforts across the United States and Canada. Learn More
Polaris encourages employees to find meaningful ways to help protect our natural resources and make a difference — for the planet and for the company. We are proud our employees find ways to give back from tree-planting, community clean-ups, trail restoration projects and so many more.
Promoting growth of outdoor recreation activities, focused on policies that conserve public lands and waterways.
Working to support the duck population and sustain the tradition of duck hunting in North America.
Conserving pheasants, quail and other wildlife through habitat improvement, public awareness, education and land management programs.
Supporting access through North America’s top waterfowl lodge networks.
Promoting the future of elk, other wildlife and their habitat.
Protecting off-highway access to the Imperial Sand Dunes Recreation Area and the right to ride on public lands in a responsible, environmentally balanced manner.
Protect Where We Ride
We are committed to promoting responsible riding practices and advancing stewardship initiatives that help protect and care for our natural resources. We seek to advance our work here through rider education and partnerships with organizations such as National Forest Foundation and Tread Lightly!.
Here is a sampling of the safe and responsible riding tips we share with riders through our website, social media, email and beyond.