A visit to our local mountains used to mean camping and hiking. Today’s sophisticated multi-terrain technology has created exciting opportunities for visiting parts of the forest few people get to see. To help Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) enthusiasts recreate safely and protect the public lands they visit, the National Forest Association’s OHV Programs field more than 300 OHV Patrol Volunteers who contribute over 30,000 hours every year to teaching visitors trail ethics, land and resource stewardship, and maintaining and monitoring trails.
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In addition, the OHV Education Outreach program strives to emphasize land ethics, safety,and environmental stewardship to all public land visitors through interpretive educational information, with a primary focus on motorized recreation.