Young enthusiasts receive instructions nearby the protected wetlands at the Wambaw Cycle Trailhead in Huger, SC. Photo credit: USDA Forest Service and ATV Safety Institute. Omnibus Public Lands Legislation, S. 47 Well, the much talked about Omnibus Pub …February 1, 2019
Trail groomer, Black Hills National Forest, South Dakota. Submitted by ARRA member. Federal Government Shutdown This was going to be a difficult newsletter to prepare given the partial federal government shutdown that lasted 35 days, the longest ever i …January 8, 2019
Dirt biker, Shotgun Creek OHV Area, BLM Oregon. Happy New Year! We hope you like the new design of our website. It went “live” the third week of December, but with the distribution of the January newsletter, this will be the first time most of you will …
NOHVCC is a national body of OHV recreation enthusiasts that develops and provides a wide spectrum of programs, materials, and information to individuals, clubs, associations, and agencies in order to further a positive future for responsible OHV recreation.
The Recreational Trails Program (RTP) is a Federal Highway Administration program. RTP funds come from the Federal Highway Trust Fund and are available to States to develop and maintain recreational trails and trail-related facilities for both non-motorized and motorized recreational trail uses. Each State administers its own program. You can contact your state RTP Administrator to find out what trail projects are being funded in your state and how to apply for project funding.
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Americans for Responsible Recreational Access (ARRA) was formed to ensure that Americans are not arbitrarily denied the right to responsibly experience and enjoy the public lands that belong to the citizens of the United States. The members of ARRA, which include horseback riders, personal watercraft users, off-highway vehicle and snowmobile riders, and vacationing families, have joined together to provide input on decisions regarding land use designation, recreation opportunities, and preservation. Its members seek responsible consideration of competing activities, which are based on sound environmental principles.