Please see job description provided by Iowa DNR below:  Job Opportunity: Recreational Grants Manager Position: Program Planner 3, Conservation & Recreation; Parks, Forests & Preserves; Program Admin This Recreational Grants Manager position administers and manages multiple grant programs for the Iowa DNR’s Parks, Forests and Preserves Bureau. These grants provide over $4,000,000 annually to local parks and recreational clubs to ultimately improve recreational opportunities for Iowans. The State of Iowa administers a grant

At the recent Great Trails Workshop in North Carolina funded by Trail Trust, we not only had the fortune of meeting Shawn Lindsey we also got to know Matt Fusco.   Matt is a landscape architect based in Western North Carolina who moved to the area in 1999 to pursue his passion for the mountains and bikes.  He worked for Melrose Design Group from 1999 – 2009 where he was

NOHVCC has created a digital flyer describing Great Trails Workshops that includes testimonials from land managers who have participated in a recent workshop.  We know that there are many of you who would like NOHVCC to bring a workshop to your area, but maybe you need to convince your land managers of the value of hosting this training.  Or, perhaps, a land manager needs to convince a supervisor of the

The Motorcycle Industry Council’s RideReport is a weekly powersports email update about MIC’s activities and initiatives, with an occasional call to action as MIC works to protect and preserve our industry. RideReport is open to everyone, but only MIC members can access additional information, downloads and more. Click here to sign up About MIC: The MIC has a long history of working hard to expand the market. It’s been done

For the 16th year the first Saturday in May is dedicated to female riders.  From motoress.com: International Female Ride Day® “…celebrates women motorcycle riders and is not country, group or organizationally specific – it is a globally synchronized “JUST RIDE!”© day, for women. Vicki Gray created IFRD for all women individually, in groups and collectively – everywhere! Women make International Female Ride Day® their day to “JUST RIDE!”© doing what

NOHVCC will award scholarships for a limited number of qualified individuals to attend the NOHVCC Annual Conference in Knoxville, Tennessee August 18-20.  We recognize that attending the Conference is an expensive proposition, but we want to make sure we have the best and brightest from the OHV community participate.  These scholarships will cover the cost of travel, lodging, registration and most meals of awardees.   Invited to apply are active State

As we have reported (here and here) Fox Factory’s Trail Trust Program (www.trailtrust.com) provided 100% of the funding necessary for NOHVCC to hold a Great Trails Workshop on the Pisgah National Forest in North Carolina.  But Trail Trust did even more – they hired professional photographer Callie Horwath to document the proceedings.  We think you will agree that Callie did a great job! Check out the pictures below. 

Tread Lightly!, the Specialty Vehicle Institute of America, the Motorcycle Safety Foundation, the Recreational Off-Highway Vehicle Association, and the National Off-Highway Vehicle Conservation Council are working together to support Train for the Trail – the theme of this year’s Off-Road Safety Week, May 14-23. Summer riding season is fast approaching, and Off-Road Safety Week provides a great opportunity to highlight safe and responsible motorized recreation.  We encourage you to not

From the Motorcycle Industry Council’s RideReport (click here to sign up to receive RideReport): The Biden administration is calling for increased use of E15 biofuel, using a 15 percent ethanol blend, to be sold this summer in an effort to ease prices at gas pumps. But that move threatens to put powersports engines at risk of reduced power, stalling, hesitation, and, in some cases, costly or catastrophic engine failure. “Many

At the recent NOHVCC Great Trails Workshop in North Carolina funded by Trail Trust (trailtrust.org) we had the fortune of meeting Shawn Lindsey, Executive Director, Doe Mountain Recreation Authority.  Shawn travelled from Tennessee to participate in the Workshop and brought several of his staff as well.  For recaps of the NC Workshop click here and here. Shawn is looking for help from NOHVCC Partners and land managers on dispersing use