The U.S. Forest Service National Saw Program Policy requires training and certification for volunteer cooperators who operate a chainsaw to clear and maintain recreational trails on Forest Service lands. Some in the OHV community are concerned that lack of opportunity to achieve certification could be a barrier to performing necessary maintenance.  As a result, NOHVCC is actively seeking ways to work in partnership with the Forest Service to help ensure

If you haven’t already – make sure to friend or follow NOHVCC on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram!  NOHVCC recently created an Instagram page and changed our Facebook page.  Use the links below to make sure you are up-to-date on all that is going on with NOHVCC! There are lots of great pictures from NOHVCC’s 2018 Annual Conference in Grand Rapids, MI.  Plus, there are updates on NOHVCC’s Great Trails Workshops,

By Marc Hildesheim, Project Manager for NOHVCC Building new OHV trail can be a daunting and difficult task. Regulations, costs, and staff capacity are all challenges that can keep new projects from coming to fruition. Luckily, there are creative and enthusiastic land managers like Josh Lattin of the Lincoln Ranger District of the Helena National Forest in Montana, who work to find new ways to build fun and sustainable OHV

By Dave Halsey, NOHVCC Contributing Writer The Hatfield-McCoy Trail System in West Virginia is one of the preeminent success stories in off-highway vehicle (OHV) recreation. No other OHV trail system surpasses it in terms of 1) the scope of its partnership between government and private landowners, 2) the length, quality and variety of riding opportunities it created for the public, 3) its adherence to safety and 4) the economic impact and

By Marc Hildesheim, NOHVCC Project Manager There are a lot of great things happening in OHV recreation in Nevada, and fortunately NOHVCC gets to tag along for the ride. The dedicated Commissioners and staff of the Nevada Commission on Off-Highway Vehicles spent much of 2017 recruiting worthy grant applicants to best utilize the funds that the Commission manages for the public. These funds are collected from OHV registration fees and