NOHVCC offers a free booklet called “Guidelines for Off-Highway Vehicle Clubs: A Resource Guide to Assist in the Formation, Development, and Management of OHV Recreation Enthusiast Clubs.”
Details and ordering at: https://www.nohvcc.org/assistance/rider-assistance/start-a-local-organization/
This manual covers the operating policies, procedures, and requirements for those who are engaged in the administrative, financial management and stewardship responsibilities in the MN trails assistance program with OHV funds.
Downloads available at no cost for non-commercial or educational purposes. Call the Division of Parks and Trails at 651-259-5600 or toll free 1-888-MINNDNR for more information. Also available from the DNR bookstore.
The definitive guide for the planning, designing, constructing, managing and maintaining Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) trails, 350 pages, fully illustrated. Available in print form or as free downloads.
Details for both at: http://gt.nohvcc.org/
Color books, crayons, posters to promote ATV safety to members with children, and at trailheads, schools, restaurants and club businesses. Available free for the cost of shipping from the National Off-Highway Vehicle Conservation Council (NOHVCC).
Administrative boundaries, office sites, and division management and supervisory personnel
The Minnesota DNR OHV Acquisition and Development (A&D) Specialists are your ATV or ORV club’s “regional voice” and contact to move trail projects forward. They can help you navigate the Grant-in-Aid process, identify local DNR staff and potential local government sponsors, and assist in trail layout and design.
Northwest Region: Karen Cladas — firstname.lastname@example.org, 218-308-2369
Northeast Region: Karine Finken — email@example.com, 218-328-8992
Central Region: Ali Schmitz — Alexandra.firstname.lastname@example.org,612-354-1132
Southern Region: Open position, contact Ali Schmitz
OHV Planner: Brandon Helm — email@example.com, 651-259-5095
OHV Consultant: Joe Unger — firstname.lastname@example.org, 651-259-5279