NOHVCC will host Great Trails Workshops to educate and benefit North Carolina’s and Missouri’s off-highway vehicle (OHV) enthusiasts, OHV club members, land managers, and other OHV stakeholders. These trainings will be focused on the development of sustainable trails and trail partnerships.  Please see information below for more information and to register. For more information about Great Trails Workshops click here. Missouri: Thanks to a grant received by Mo-Moto Trail Riders,

NOHVCC has been providing updates about our work at the Prison Hill Recreation Area outside of Carson City, Nevada.  If you missed the updates check out: Strong Partnerships and Grant Funds Bring NOHVCC to the Battle Born State Learn More About Prison Hill Recreation Area Near Carson City, NV – Site of the 2019 NOHVCC Mobile Workshop 2020 NOHVCC Year in Review Prison Hill Recreation Area Volunteer Work Day A

Please see the below article prepared for the California State Parks Weekly Digest (January 7, 2022) by Don Schmidt, State Park Interpreter I (RA), OHMVR Division. Off-highway enthusiasts and California State Park employees headed to the West steps of the State Capitol on December 22, 2021, to commemorate a historic, final event in the year-long celebration of the OHMVR Division’s 50th Anniversary. It was on this date and near this

It will be of little shock for many that there is a large backlog of deferred maintenance on OHV trails across the country. This is especially true in high-use areas near urban interfaces and other popular OHV riding destinations. Many of these riding areas are on USFS and BLM managed lands. Unfortunately, these agencies are often under-staffed and under-funded which compounds the issue. Another hurdle is lack of available heavy

The information below was provided by Fox Factory.  Please use the included links to apply or learn more about the program. Trail Trust represents Fox Factory’s commitment to the future. Fox Factory created Trail Trust to provide grants to organizations helping to preserve the places we love to play. The goal is to bring together diverse communities to build, maintain, and expand access to trails. In short, we want to make

Greetings all. 2021 was a great year for NOHVCC and we look forward to a Holiday season of safely spending time with family and friends and hope each of you the best of as we begin the new year! There is a lot to look forward to in 2022 – we will feature more articles, webinars and (hopefully) get a chance to get together at our Annual Conference in Knoxville,

2021 was a great year for NOHVCC.  While we still had lingering issues getting together resulting from the ongoing pandemic, we think you will find from the year in review below that we were able to continue to move forward with our mission of creating a positive future for OHV recreation.  Thanks to all the State Partners, managers and others who helped us, did great things on their own and

Please see job announcement from Utah Department of Natural Resources below: To view the announcement on the UT DNR website, click here. Salary  $33.65 – $37.50 Hourly Location  Salt Lake County, UT Job Type Full Time Agency 560 Department of Natural Resources Job Number 30194 Closing 12/19/2021 11:59 PM Mountain Recruiter Trish Anderson 385-341-1605 trishlanderson@utah.gov  # of Openings 1  Background Check You must successfully pass a criminal history check. Location

By NOHVCC Program Director Marc Hildesheim:  Often when a grant is awarded and funded the recipient is so excited about getting to work, they find themselves with tunnel vision. The hope is that the project speaks for itself, and that project funders and partners know what is going on. I recently realized that it is never safe to make those kinds of assumptions. Many of our partners who visited Prison

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