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A Resource Reborn

Building A Sustainable Network for Off-Highway Vehicle Communication
By Matthew Eberhart (INOHVAA CHAIR)

In August 2022, after a 2 year hiatus, the INOHVAA Board reconvened in Knoxville, TN during the National Off-Highway Vehicle Conservation Council (NOHVCC) Annual Conference.  The working relationship between NOHVCC and INOHVAA has a long and successful history. Over the years, this partnership has facilitated a variety of policy, industry, and management strategies that have benefitted the OHV community. 

This website has been designed to continue the facilitation of that partnership and offer OHV resources for education, industry news, and membership opportunities for administrators. We are currently developing online tools specifically for OHV Administrators, land managers, agency partners, and constituents to connect. Tools will include a library of reports, studies, and safety and training guidelines among others.  Additionally, INOHVAA plans to build a database of riding areas, education courses, and other OHV user information.  

INOHVAA strives to be a valuable resource for OHV enthusiasts, industry parters, and land managers and looks forward to a bright future in serving all OHV users. 

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