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  # of Openings 1  Background Check You must successfully pass a criminal history check. Location

onX, an outdoor digital navigation service, is accepting applications to help fund public recreation access and land stewardship projects across the country. onX has set a goal of securing or improving access to 150,000 acres of land and helping restore or build 150 miles of trails by 2023. This is the first time onX has announced this funding opportunity nationally. The first application deadline is September 19, 2021, and the

Great Trails: Providing Quality OHV Trails and Experiences authored by Dick Dufourd and published by NOHVCC is a comprehensive guide to OHV trail layout, design, construction and maintenance.  The 300+ page book has been internationally recognized as the must-have guidebook for OHV trails and provides the curriculum for NOHVCC’s Great Trails workshops. Click below to watch a video of Dick explain the features (and WOW factor) that make a great

Meet the Issue Area Representatives – Youth and Education, Carol Smith This article is the second in a series to introduce NOHVCC’s Issue Area Representatives. This article focuses on Youth and Education.  Other articles in the series highlight the Representatives from the other issue areas. Background At its Annual Conference in Grand Rapids NOHVCC announced a restructuring of its Partner system. NOHVCC Teams have been replaced by an Issue Area

Need Help With An OHV-Related Issue? NOHVCC’s Issue Area Representatives Can Help! At its Annual Conference in Grand Rapids earlier this year NOHVCC announced a restructuring of its Partner system. NOHVCC Teams have been replaced by an Issue Area Representative (IAR) structure.  This structure is designed to make it easier for NOHVCC Partners and others in the OHV community to access the assistance of those with knowledge in a specific

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