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Bi-Partisan Political Activity - A Primer

Whether your club focus is social interaction or working to save your favorite wheeling area, members are what make it possible. It starts with membership in a local club centering on a shared goal. Soon, you find that others share common concerns about their area of interest and you begin sharing i...

Recreation – A New Era

In the mid-1990’s, the Clinton administration foisted the “roadless rule” on an unsuspecting public, initiating a fundamental change in the way the Forest Service would approach land management. Since its inception, the “roadless rule” has been the subject of on-going litigation challenging the lega...

Public invited to review proposed forest road changes, share feedback through Dec 1

The Michigan Department of Natural Resources has proposed some changes to off-road vehicle use on state forest roads. The public is welcome to share comments on the proposed changes through Dec. 1. The proposed changes include: Adding roads that previously were unmapped. Deleting mapped roads t...

Comments Sought for OHV Access in Minnesota

Proposal to allow off-highway vehicle access to Huntersville Forest Landing Campground up for public comment The Department of Natural Resources is seeking comments on a proposal to allow off-highway vehicle (OHVs) access to certain areas of the Huntersville Forest Landing Campground in Huntersvill...

Nonresident OHV decal sales off to strong start

New decal required for nonresidents to ride in Arizona, purchased only through AZGFD​​​​​​​ PHOENIX — The Arizona Game and Fish Department (AZGFD) reminds seasonal residents and visitors who brought an off-highway vehicle into the state that they must now purchase an OHV decal prior to heading out ...

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 ...

Operate responsibly, don’t go mudding on your OHV

While it may be tempting to go out on an off-highway vehicle (OHV) after a rainstorm when the temperature is cooler and the ground is fresh, doing so can cause long-lasting damage to the habitat. The Arizona Game and Fish Department (AZGFD) advises that OHV operators turn around if they encounter we...

Red Rock Ranger District begins Soldier Pass vehicle permit

SEDONA, Ariz., March 16, 2018 — People wanting to drive off-road vehicles in the red rocks of Sedona will be able to get a permit for motorized use of Soldier Pass road when the web-based permit system goes live on April 2. and the permits go into effect April 5. A total of 12 personally-owned vehi...

OHV riders: Protect the habitat and stay safe, don’t go mudding

Be a responsible rider by avoiding wet and muddy areas It’s tempting to go out riding on off-highway vehicles (OHV) after a rainstorm — the ground is fresh, dust is down and it’s cooler out. But when rainstorms leave roads and trails wet and muddy, riding on them can create long-lasting damage that...

Survey looks to measure off-highway vehicle financial impact 

Results help share future trail, safety and education efforts PHOENIX — The popularity of off-highway vehicles (OHV) has exploded throughout the state and, Arizona State Parks and Trails and the Arizona Game and Fish Department are turning to OHV enthusiasts to help shape the future of the activity...
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