The Coalition for Recreational Trails (CRT) has once again issued a call for nominations for outstanding projects that utilized funds from the Recreational Trails Program (RTP).  Please read the letter below and if you are aware of any completed award-worthy RTP projects click here to fill out a nomination form by June 30.  The CRT not only recognizes great projects, it also raises the profile of RTP on Capitol Hill,

NOHVCC has a new safe and responsible use PSA video that can be accessed at and on Youtube.  NOHVCC staff members Marc Hildesheim and Geoff Chain cover some of the basics that can help those new to OHV recreation better understand some of the responsibilities inherent to safe and responsible OHV use in the one-and-a-half-minute video.  But the breakout star in the video is Olivia McGreevy-Hildesheim – Marc is

Please see below information from Minnesota DNR Parks & Trail Central Office about an open job opportunity. To view the announcement on the Minnesota Careers site (includes all links and information on how to apply) click here and perform a keyword search for the Job ID which is 45564. Job Class:  Natural Resources Program Consultant Working Title:  OHV Program Consultant Who May Apply:  Open to all qualified job seekers Date

Off-highway vehicle (OHV) recreation not only requires access to OHV trails, areas and systems, but also people to manage and provide for the use. As a result, NOHVCC wants to make a small investment in the future by offering a $500 scholarship to an individual pursuing a career in the outdoors. The ideal candidate will follow a course of study that is intended to lead to a career in recreation

NOHVCC’s webinar series continues– join us on May 4!   Title: Dealing With The Media – Tips And Best Practices Join us on May 4th for an important webinar hosted by Andria Yu, director of media relations at the Motorcycle Industry Council, and Ty van Hooydonk, senior editor at the MIC, as they introduce webinar participants to important guidelines and best practices to follow when dealing with the media.  OHV

Matt Bucher and Marty Wheeler with the Toledo Trail Riders recently hosted NOHVCC Executive Director Duane Taylor and Program Director Marc Hildesheim on the Toledo Track and Trail Podcast.  The broad ranging conversation that occurred covered NOHVCC’s mission, the RTP, OHV enforcement, best practices and more.  Click below to watch!

As NOHVCC recently posted, legislation (H.R. 1864) to reauthorize the Recreational Trails Program (RTP) has been introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives.  Now NOHVCC partner Americans for Responsible Recreational Access (ARRA) has provided a simple way to urge your Representative to co-sponsor the bill, which is titled The Recreational Trails Full Funding Act of 2021. As you are likely aware the RTP is arguably the most important government program

As you will recall NOHVCC participated in Trailer Safety Week last year and will again in 2021.  This year Trailer Safety Week is June 6-12.  Look out for more great information about correctly and responsibly towing your OHVs as NOHVCC uses this time to highlight trailer safety.  But it is always important to stay diligent and keep in mind that safe and responsible practices can save lives. A partner forwarded

Legislation (H.R. 1864) to reauthorize the Recreational Trails Program (RTP) has been introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives.  As you are likely aware the RTP is arguably the most important government program ever created to benefit the OHV community.  RTP utilizes funds collected from federal gas taxes to pay for trail construction, maintenance, and education for both motorized and non-motorized recreation.  To learn more about RTP click here. Below

Great Trails: Providing Quality OHV Trails and Experiences authored by Dick Dufourd and published by NOHVCC which has been internationally recognized as the must-have guidebook for OHV trails can now be downloaded for free or purchased (hard copy) directly from  All you need to do is click here, register or login and start accessing the information contained in Great Trails. The theme of Great Trails is “balancing the needs