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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Please see article below for basic nonprofit insurance information, and for links and contact information from the Nonprofit Risk Management Center: The Nonprofit Risk Management Center inspires effective risk management and Risk Champions across the nonprofit sector. We enable nonprofit leaders to identify and manage risks that threaten their missions and operations, while empowering them to leverage opportunities and take bold, mission-advancing risks. By the Nonprofit Risk Management Center The

NOHVCC Insurance Survey NOHVCC is collecting information about the types of insurance that OHV Clubs and Associations retain.  All personal and club-related information will be strictly confidential.  NOHVCC is collecting this information as we are aware that insurance requirements are complicated and there are various options, coverages and providers that can easily confuse or frustrate those responsible for acquiring club and association insurance. NOHVCC intends to use the collected information

From the Oregon Department of Forestry: The Oregon Department of Forestry is seeking two (2) OHV Trail management positions for the Tillamook State Forest. These are full-time, year-round positions and would be part of a larger team of two equipment operators and one program coordinator to manage all OHV trail in the Tillamook, Clatsop, and Santiam State Forests. Here is part of the description… As the Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) Specialist you

Press release from the Coalition for Recreational Trails:   Washington, D.C. (November 10, 2021) – Twelve trail projects and a state trail program have been chosen by the Coalition for Recreational Trails (CRT) as recipients of its 2021 Tom Petri Recreational Trails Program Annual Achievement Awards.  The awards – honoring former U.S. Representative Tom Petri (WI) – recognize outstanding use of Recreational Trails Program (RTP) funds.  These projects were honored November 10

The Board of Directors of the Coalition for Recreational Trails (CRT) have selected award winners for the 2021 Annual Tom Petri CRT Awards that honor outstanding projects that utilized Recreational Trails Program (RTP) funding.  Despite the ongoing pandemic, there were a record number of projects nominated, and the quality of projects represented was outstanding.  The Awards Committee had a tough time making final decisions and the entire Board of Directors

Note from the USFS: Greetings, Forest Service Partners! The Washington Office Trails Team is working with a graduate student at the University of Colorado Denver to conduct a survey to provide insights into the experiences and perceptions of trail volunteers and partners working with the Forest Service. Survey results will help inform implementation of the Forest Service’s 10-Year Trail Shared Stewardship Challenge (Trail Challenge) which is focused on working in

The Board of Directors of the Coalition for Recreational Trails (CRT) have selected award winners for the 2021 Annual Tom Petri CRT Awards that honor outstanding projects that utilized Recreational Trails Program (RTP) funding.  Despite the ongoing pandemic, there were a record number of projects nominated, and the quality of projects represented was outstanding.  The Awards Committee had a tough time making final decisions and the entire Board of Directors

The following article was written by Olivia Ann McGreevy Hildeshiem – NOHVCC’s own Marc Hildeshiem is her Dad.  Olivia is a 15-year-old sophomore from Eastern Washington and a lover of animals who hopes to pursue zoology or animal science as a career path in the future. She lives with her parents, two siblings, two dogs, and a cat. When not attending school, participating in after school sports, or tending to