Hopefully you are aware that NOHVCC debuted its 2019 webinar series in January.  The first installment was a primer on NOHVCC and its projects and mission.  Due to popular demand, the next two focused on clubs and associations development.   Up next, is “Introduction to Mapping and GIS” on April 24th. The first three webinars have been well attended and NOHVCC staff is committed to continuing the series throughout 2019.  Future

This article is one in a series designed to feature NOHVCC State Partners and some of the successes they highlighted in their Partner Annual Reports.  The first-ever round of Annual Reports was a huge success. As a result, the NOHVCC Board of Directors and staff are better able to understand the great things our Partners are up to and we wanted to share some examples with the broader NOHVCC community

This article is one in a series designed to feature NOHVCC State Partners and some of the successes they highlighted in their Partner Annual Reports.  The first-ever round of Annual Reports was a huge success. As a result, the NOHVCC Board of Directors and staff are better able to understand the great things our Partners are up to and we wanted to share some examples with the broader NOHVCC community

OHV Economic Impact Studies Available Last year NOHVCC asked for Partners and others to share recent OHV economic impact studies so NOHVCC could make them available to the OHV community.  As usual our Partners responded.  In addition, staff has collected various other economic impact studies that we were aware of.  Take a look below to read a brief description of each study and click the link to download a pdf

This article is one in a series designed to feature NOHVCC State Partners and some of the successes they highlighted in their Partner Annual Reports.  The first-ever round of Annual Reports was a huge success. As a result, the NOHVCC Board of Directors and staff are better able to understand the great things our Partners are up to and we wanted to share some examples with the broader NOHVCC community

Some of NOHVCC’s Archived Newsletter Stories Now Available! NOHVCC staff has been culling through our old newsletters to pull out articles that may still benefit OHV enthusiasts, and to create an archive.  Some of the articles are now available!  We are attempting to review a huge number of articles and to categorize them so that it will be easy for visitors to our website to find the information they are

The National Off-Highway Vehicle Conservation Council and International Off-Highway Vehicle Administrators Association joint annual conferences will be October 15-19 in Reno, Nevada. Click here for a draft preliminary schedule. As you might imagine we are still in the process of selecting talented and knowledgeable presenters, but we do have some information. Anyone who has a long approval process can use the draft to secure approval for travel. Of course, the

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

2018 NOHVCC Year in Review 2018 has been a great year for NOHVCC! Thanks to our partners we had an outstanding conference in Grand Rapids, we have a new website and have updated our communications, and of course NOHVCC staff and Partners have been busy on many projects.  Take a look below to get a better picture of some of the things NOHVCC was up to in 2018. Staff NOHVCC

NOHVCC Begins Effort to Create Family-Friendly Riding Area in Arizona! By Geoff Chain, NOHVCC Project Coordinator and Communications Associate Winter time in the Sonoran Desert is a spectacular place to be. Cool mornings give way to perfect daytime highs and endless skies, the smell of creosote after a rain permeates the air, and the flora and fauna come to life after enduring the seemingly endless summer. Ok, enough gushing about