...I think Local AMA should have some say about what ever regulation State will implement.
That right there is FUNNY!!!
The AMA has ZERO interest in multirotors. The AMA has ZERO interest in RC hobby pilots flying anywhere BUT AMA sanctioned fields, requiring AMA Membership.
I don't know what a "Preserve" qualifies at, that is something you will have to do the leg work on your own. Always best to check the local reg before you go flying at a place, that way if you know there is no law on the books - publicly available - then you have a leg to stand on if an enforcement officer approaches you and says you can't/against the rules.
Be polite, courteous, and ask for detailed info so you may go educate yourself (revised statue/code number). DO NOT ENGAGE IN AN ARGUMENT!!! There is only one winner in that event, and it will not be you.
If an officer approaches you and says "Stop, you can't do that here", then you better plan on packing it in regardless of you know for a fact you can. Contact the officers chief and discuss it with them after you get home, citing statue or code number, and request that the field officers be informed that "x" place is OK to fly, no regs against it.