Click here to sign up for the NOHVCC Annual Conference sessions on October 15-16. Registration is now open for NOHVCC’s free Virtual Annual Conference.  The NOHVCC staff and Board of Directors are excited to invite you to participate in the Conference.  The sessions and times are detailed below.  We encourage all State Partners and friends of NOHVCC to log-in and weigh in!  As we previously reported, the NOHVCC Board of

Click here to sign up for the NOHVCC Annual Conference sessions on October 15-16. Registration is now open for NOHVCC’s free Virtual Annual Conference.  The NOHVCC staff and Board of Directors are excited to invite you to participate in the Conference.  The sessions and times are detailed below.  We encourage all State Partners and friends of NOHVCC to log-in and weigh in!  As we previously reported, the NOHVCC Board of

NOHVCC Partners Outdoor Recreation Roundtable (ORR) and Americans for Responsible Recreational Access are collecting information on projects eligible for Land and Water Conservation Funds.  Please click the link below to take the survey. From ORR: In partnership with Oregon State University, the Outdoor Recreation Roundtable is conducting its annual survey to create a list of the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF)-eligible recreation projects for upcoming years from businesses and

Each year NOHVCC State Partners elect NOHVCC’s Board of Directors at the Annual Conference – except for last year due to COVID-19 scuttling the in-person meeting.  Instead, the NOHVCC Board of Directors opted to postpone voting.  While we cannot meet in person again this year (read Update On 2021 NOHVCC Annual Conference), the Directors have decided it necessary to move forward with virtual elections this year. NOHVCC has developed a

Title: The Value of Trail Assessments Date: Thursday, September 2, 2021 Time: 10:00am-11:30am Pacific (1:00pm-2:30pm Eastern) Price: FREE Learn more and register here Synopsis Hosted in partnership with American Trails, this webinar will cover not only the importance of conducting trail assessments but also how to turn those assessments into descriptive reports that facilitate trail improvements. Presented by: Marc Hildesheim, Program Director, National Off-Highway Vehicle Conservation Council (NOHVCC) Geoff Chain,

Each year NOHVCC State Partners elect NOHVCC’s Board of Directors at the Annual Conference – except for last year due to COVID-19 scuttling the in-person meeting.  Instead, the NOHVCC Board of Directors opted to postpone voting.  While we cannot meet in person again this year (read Update On 2021 NOHVCC Annual Conference), the Directors have decided it necessary to move forward with virtual elections this year. NOHVCC has developed a

Minnesota State Parks Division of Parks &Trails is currently seeking a full-time Natural Resources Program Coordinator to manage, analyze and coordinate an integrated approach to outdoor recreation programs. This includes the Parks and Recreation Areas program, State Trails and Snowmobile program, Off-highway Vehicle program and the Water and Recreation Program. This position will enhance the division’s capacity to deliver an integrated approach to crosscutting projects, as well as enhancing efforts

If you don’t already know – the NOHVCC Annual Conference will be virtual and will be held October 15-16, 2021.  To read more check out Update on 2021 NOHVCC Annual Conference. While we understand that face-to-face meetings provide the best opportunity for sharing information, we are going to do our best to facilitate some open discussion virtually.  We hope to hear from you about which topics should be a focus

If you don’t already know – the NOHVCC Annual Conference will be virtual and will be held October 15-16, 2021.  To read more check out Update on 2021 NOHVCC Annual Conference. While we understand that face-to-face meetings provide the best opportunity for sharing information, we are going to do our best to facilitate some open discussion virtually.  We hope to hear from you about which topics should be a focus

U.S. Senators Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) and James Risch (R-ID) have introduced an amendment (2616) to increase funding for the Recreational Trails Program (RTP) to the transportation reauthorization bill being considered by the Senate.  The amendment is bolstered by a report issued by the Federal Highway Administration last week that concludes that OHV enthusiasts currently pay about $281 million annually in fuel taxes when they fill up ATVs, dirt bikes, ROVs