Over 100 OHV enthusiasts participated in NOHVCC’s annual Mobile Workshop in advance of the 2019 NOHVCC Annual Conference in Reno, Nevada. The day started early in Reno with participants finalizing registration and boarding a bus from the host hotel to the Prison Hill Recreation Area. Once there, the enthusiasts were separated into several groups to go for a ride which included stops for information about the local riding area, a

Many OHV clubs and associations are 501 (C) (3) not-for-profit organizations as recognized by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).  This designation comes with all sorts of advantages including eligibility for many grant programs, but these advantages come with some limitations particularly when it comes to lobbying.  Lobbying is an important component to effective advocacy in support of creating a positive future for OHV recreation, so it is important to know

Long-time friend of NOHVCC Max Reid recently sent us some information about a National Trails Day project we had to share. For those who don’t know Max, he retired from the Forest Service ten years ago, but his passion for OHV recreation and the Paiute Trail in Utah remain strong. One of his first days on the job with the Fishlake National Forest Max was told he would be the

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As a continuation of the strong existing partnership between the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and NOHVCC, the two organizations have been working cooperatively to develop a website that features the best OHV recreation areas managed by the BLM. NOHVCC worked with our State Partners to create a list of the best OHV areas managed by the BLM and to collect mapping data.  This information will be used to develop