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 $1,000 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

Recently NOHVCC reached out to all of you and requested information about the open or closed status of OHV riding areas. As usual, the NOHVCC family responded. The Motorcycle Industry Council (MIC) has compiled the information you provided (and combined it with information MIC collected) to create an OHV component on their interactive COVID-19 State Resources Map. The MIC page also includes information about latest news, the stimulus package and

Please click here to take a short questionnaire about how your recreation habits evolve while we all implement precautions related to COVID -19. This is the second round of this questionnaire. Most questions are the same or similar to last time, as NOHVCC hopes to learn how opinions and riding behaviors may change over time. NOHVCC encourages everyone to follow the recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control, federal, state

After much consideration the NOHVCC Board of Directors and staff have made the difficult decision to postpone our Annual Conference in Knoxville, Tennessee originally scheduled for August 2020 to a date yet to be determined in 2021. While we hope that things return to normal as quickly as possible, there is simply too much uncertainty to move forward with this year’s Conference. NOHVCC staff strives to provide the utmost quality

Long-time OHV advocate, friend of NOHVCC and new NOHVCC Partner from California, Don Amador has a long history of promoting safe and responsible OHV recreation. You can learn more about Don by visiting his website www.quietwarriorracing.com. Don recently published an article on his blog that we wanted to share with you – read below. DON’T BE GROUND ZERO By Don Amador Many of my colleagues in the recreation advocacy/management profession

From the Hood County Forestry Department: There’s an exciting employment opportunity with the Hood River County Forestry Department.  We are currently accepting employment applications for a Seasonal Tree Farm OHV Specialist.  You can find the application materials and information on the Hood River County website at https://www.co.hood-river.or.us/.  If you or someone you many know have the knowledge, experience and a driven work ethic we’d love to hear from you.  Help

NOHVCC’s webinar series continues– join us on April 21! Title: Analyzing Economic Impact Studies Economics have always played a strong role in the planning process. The economic contributions from outdoor recreation have been an area of great discussion over the last several years for a lot of reasons.   However, not all research is created equally. This discussion will allow attendees to identify shortfalls or strengths of research and address the

NOHVCC is working in partnership with the Motorcycle Industry Council (MIC) to collect as much information as possible related to closures of OHV areas as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. If you know of areas that have been closed please let us know at trailhead@nohvcc.org. Specific information to include in your email: Your Name Name of OHV Area State in which the OHV Area is Located Land Management Agency

During the Covid-19 pandemic, NOHVCC will continue to monitor how OHV recreation is impacted by stay-at-home orders and other suggestions from governmental entities, but we will also strive to keep you informed about other ongoing initiatives, projects, tools or news related to our sport. The Motorcycle Industry Council (MIC) has created a COVID-19 update webpage which includes information on the Coronavirus Aid Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act, a state

Please click the link below to take a short questionnaire about how your recreation habits evolve while we all implement precautions related to COVID -19. NOHVCC hopes to send this survey out several times during the course of the outbreak to track how opinions and behavior change over time. NOHVCC encourages everyone to follow the recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control, federal, state and local governments and to take