Memorial Day is about remembering our nation’s heroes who fought and died so that we might have freedom.  Please take the time to remember them and honor their legacies this weekend.  Memorial Day has also become the unofficial start to Summer and, for many, the time we kick off our OHV riding season.  For those who get out on the trails this weekend – please be happy and safe and

  Important notice: Date and location change! NOHVCC is excited to announce that the 2023 annual conference will  now be held in Midway, Utah on October 12-14 at the Zermatt Resort. The prior selected location just did not come together, so we are being flexible and pivoting on to the next great opportunity. More information will be coming out in the next several weeks, included an updated agenda, room block

The National Off-Highway Vehicle Conservation Council will soon have a familiar face at the helm. The NOHVCC Board of Directors has selected long-time Project Manager/Program Director Marc Hildesheim as the next Executive Director of the organization. “I’m very excited to lead NOHVCC on the next leg of its journey and can’t wait to see what NOHVCC staff, the Board of Directors, and our partners can achieve,” said Hildesheim.  Marc and

                                               FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE The National Off Highway Vehicle Conservation Council (NOHVCC) recognized as the global leader in off highway vehicle recreation, is thrilled to announce that Dan Kleen has been appointed the new Chairman of the Board of Directors. As a former chair, Mr. Kleen has played an instrumental role in driving the organization’s success and reputation. With his leadership, NOHVCC will continue to build on its strong foundation,

Paul Slavik, NOHVCC Hall of Fame inductee, American Motorcyclist Association Dud Perkins Lifetime Achievement Award recipient, and dedicated OHV advocate has written an autobiography about his amazing life that includes passages describing the formation of NOHVCC.  At the time (1990) Paul worked for Honda and was a key contributor to getting NOHVCC off the ground. Paul said, “For anybody that’s interested I have just finished my autobiography. It spans 80

Wisconsin State Partner and Director, Bryan Much is a valued ally in helping NOHVCC meet its mission of creating a positive future for OHV recreation.  You can learn more about him and a another of his recent success stories by clicking: Case Study In Perseverance – “Repurposed” Riding In Wisconsin.  But this story is about Bryan’s website – Bryan says, “The purpose of is to share information that

Marc Toenyan, President, Northwest Motorcycle Association, and friend of NOHVCC passed along the article and video linked below.  It is a great story highlighting how partners with diverse interests can work together to promote and achieve sustainable recreational opportunities. From the Nature Conservancy’s website, “Through their Title II grant program, the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest granted The Nature Conservancy funds to tackle the restoration work needed [on the Taneum Watershed]. TNC

Longtime friend of NOHVCC, ex officio NOHVCC Board Member and Canadian Quad Council General Manager, Wayne Daub alerted us of the exciting news of a new partnership between QuadNB and Maine ATV and forwarded us the below release.  Wayne said, “I would like to congratulate both the Maine ATV Association and the New Brunswick ATV Federation on this first ever international trail pass reciprocation agreement, and I am looking forward

Those who attended the 2019 NOHVCC Annual Conference will remember the Prison Hill OHV Area we visited for the Mobile Workshop in Carson City, NV.  This year the International Trails Summit hosted by American Trails and the Professional TrailBuilders Association will be in Reno, NV April 17-20. As a part of ITS, NOHVCC and Carson City will host a Field Seminar at Prison Hill on April 19th.  Learn more about

Those familiar with NOHVCC’s Great Trails: Providing Quality OHV Trails and Experiences authored by Dick Dufourd and published by NOHVCC will know that the resource provides great information, but it may be unwieldy to use in field settings.  As a result, NOHVCC staff consulted with a review team that included representatives from the Bureau of Land Management, United States Forest Service and an OHV organization to develop a field guide