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

After a great 2022 Annual Conference in Knoxville, Tennessee, we will all get together again in St. George, Utah in 2023 for the NOHVCC Annual Conference and Mobile Workshop.  The dates for the 2023 Conference are October 5-7 in St. George, Utah – put them on your calendar now.  Please keep an eye on NOHVCC’s website for updates over the coming months. We will have a surprise or two!  It

Will Collins, Trails Coordinator, Alabama State Parks attended his first NOHVCC Annual Conference when we last met in August in Knoxville, TN.  Like many participants, Will was introduced to new contacts in the OHV community and to new opportunities to improve access for OHV recreation in his home state of Alabama.  He was especially interested in NOHVCC’s Great Trails Workshops, and after a discussion with NOHVCC’s Program Director, Marc Hildesheim

As many of you know, Trail Trust, Fox Factory’s grant initiative has supported NOHVCC by sponsoring a Great Trails Workshop in North Carolina (learn more here and here) and a recently completed Workshop in Alabama.  Now, NOHVCC is proud to announce an ongoing partnership with Trail Trust which will help NOHVCC continue to deliver training and other services to help NOHVCC meet its mission of creating a positive future for

Thanks to a generous grant from the Fox Factory Trail Trust program and the support of the Alabama State Parks Division, the National Off-Highway Vehicle Conservation Council will host a Great Trails Workshop at Buck’s Pocket State Park in Grove Oak, Alabama. This workshop will focus on the development of sustainable OHV trails and trail partnerships. Limited slots for participants remain!  Register today if you wish to attend! When: December 7-8,

Please see information about an OHV employment opportunity from Conservation Corps of Minnesota and Iowa below: About Conservation Corps Minnesota & Iowa: Conservation Corps Minnesota & Iowa, a nonprofit organization and AmeriCorps grantee, engages hundreds of youth and young adults each year in meaningful service, leadership development, and environmental stewardship. Our vision is a world in which everyone has equitable access to nature, is equipped to succeed in career and

NOHVCC staff travelled to Carson City on October 15 to celebrate the Grand (re)Opening of the Prison Hill OHV Recreation Area.  As many of you will recall, NOHVCC has been working with Partners from Carson City, RecConnect, and local OHV clubs and enthusiasts for several years to help provide managed, sustainable OHV recreation at the site.  In attendance was Gregg Berggren, Trails Coordinator, Carson City Parks, Recreation and Open Space. 

From our partners at American Trails: Legacy Trails Grant Program Synopsis American Trails is pleased to partner with the U.S. Forest Service in announcing that applications are now being accepted by the Legacy Trails Grant Program through December 15, 2022. The goal of the program is to support projects that restore, protect, and maintain watersheds on our national forests and grasslands. American Trails is administering this grant program, funded by