Many long-time members of the NOHVCC family will already be aware of Americans For Responsible Recreational Access (ARRA). Representatives from ARRA routinely participate in NOHVCC’s Annual Conferences, and ARRA was heavily engaged in many recent battles on Capitol Hill in support of safe and responsible OHV recreation (RTP reauthorization, lead ban, ROV standards, potential Wilderness and National Monument designations, etc.). Newcomers to NOHVCC (or those who changed email addresses or

NOHVCC has touted the successes of the Post Wildfire OHV Recovery Alliance a few times in this space.  To learn more read: Post Wildfire OHV Recovery Alliance (PWORA) Hosts First Ever Recovery Event! and: Post Wildfire OHV Recovery Alliance Continues Great Work – Update On PWORA Activities Now PWORA is seeking a President – please see the full press release from PWORA below: The Post Wildfire OHV Recovery Alliance (PWORA) is

This article is the third in a series designed to ensure that the recently completed 2022 NOHVCC Annual Conference in Knoxville, Tennessee has a lasting impact.  NOHVCC Conferences bring together the best and brightest in the OHV community to network and learn from one another and from the talented presenters and panelists that share their knowledge.  Engaged participants can bring back their new “tools” and share them with others to

Please see below announcement from Washington State Department of Natural Resources: Recreation Technician, Natural Resource Technician 3 Recruitment #2022-9-7581/8503 Full-time, Project, Represented positions Anticipated Project employment is October 2022-October 2023 Location: Pacific Cascade Region- Battle Ground, WA Want to join something GREAT and make a difference? Are you someone who loves the outdoors, and is passionate about recreation opportunities in Southwest Washington State? Do you have previous trail building experience?

This article is the second in a series designed to ensure that the recently completed 2022 NOHVCC Annual Conference in Knoxville, Tennessee has a lasting impact.  NOHVCC Conferences bring together the best and brightest in the OHV community to network and learn from one another and from the talented presenters and panelists that share their knowledge.  Engaged participants can bring back their new “tools” and share them with others to

This article is the first in a series designed to ensure that the recently completed 2022 NOHVCC Annual Conference in Knoxville, Tennessee has a lasting impact.  NOHVCC Conferences bring together the best and brightest in the OHV community to network and learn from one another and from the talented presenters and panelists that share their knowledge.  Engaged participants can bring back their new “tools” and share them with others to

From our partners at American Trails: Legacy Trails Grant Program This webinar will outline a new and exciting trails funding opportunity and is intended to help members of the trail community to understand if this funding program is right for their needs. Synopsis American Trails is pleased to partner with the U.S. Forest Service in announcing the Legacy Trails Grant Program. This program is funded up to $1.5M per year

The 2022 NOHVCC Annual Conference and Mobile Workshop in Knoxville, Tennessee last week (August 18-20) offered many a first chance in quite a while to get together in person to collaborate and strategize on how best to implement ideas and to overcome hurdles related to OHV recreation.  As usual, the invited presenters, panelists and guests did a great job of teeing up issues and sharing best practices.  Just as much,

After a long few years without an in-person Conference or Mobile Workshop, NOHVCC staff has arrived in Knoxville, TN and the Board of Directors are enroute.  We have put together a great few days featuring special guest presentations, panel discussions, opportunities for group discussions and a visit to Windrock Park for the NOHVCC Mobile Workshop Presented by Yamaha Outdoor Access Initiative (read more). Those who are participating in the Workshop

Yamaha Outdoor Access Initiative (OAI) has agreed to serve as title sponsor of NOHVCC’s Mobile Workshop at Windrock Park near Knoxville, Tennessee on August 18.  Grant funding from OAI will offset much of the cost of providing the Workshop, and the official title of the event will be NOHVCC Mobile Workshop Presented by Yamaha Outdoor Access Initiative.  Workshop attendees will be OHV enthusiasts, industry professionals, and land managers who will