Report from A COMMUNITY FOREST WORKSHOP

Full Report September 13, 2003 Gorham, New Hampshire The forests, economy and culture of the Northern Forest region have been woven together in an intricate web of relationships within communities for generations. This web, however, is unraveling with accelerating speed. Globalization of the forest products industry and the fragmentation of the forest land base threaten not only […] […]

White Paper: Proposed Oregon Statewide Trails Plan

Complete White Paper The Oregon Parks and Recreation Department (OPRD) was given responsibility for recreation trails planning in 1971 under the “State Trails Act” (ORS 390.950 to 390.990). In general the policy of the statute is as follows: “In order to provide for the ever-increasing outdoor recreation needs of an expanding resident and tourist population and […] […]

Tennessee ATV Study

Full Report A study commissioned by Tennessee Governor Don Sunquist in November 1999. The Governors study committee recomends the establishment of a formal state program for ORV. […]

Nova Scotia, Canada 2004

Full Nova Scotia Interim Report Abstract from the Interim report of the Voluntary Planning Off-highway Vehicle Task Force Off-highway vehicles (OHV) have become a problem in Nova Scotia. A complicated problem. So the Province of Nova Scotia asked for our help to develop public policy that makes the most sense for Nova Scotians. We are the 11 […] […]

New Brunswick, Canada 2001

A Report of the New Brunswick ATV Task Force Full Report Abstract: The mandate of the Task Force was to discuss and make recommendations on the following issues: public safety, trail networking, environmental impact and legislative changes. The Department of Public Safety was the lead Department for the purpose of the Task Force and a number of nongovernment organizations and […] […]

Connectucuit ATV Regulations

Click Here for Report STATE OF CONNECTICUT DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ALL TERRAIN VEHICLE POLICY AND PROCEDURES […]

Maine ATV Task Force Report

Click Here for Full Report Absract from Recommendations of Gov. John Baldacci’s ATV Task Force. December 19, 2003 Mainers are using all-terrain vehicles (ATVs) for work and for play, on farms and in the woods, to hunt, to fish, to garden and to travel. In the past 10 years, the number of ATVs registered in Maine has […] […]

NH ATV Trail System – 5 Year Plan 2004 – 2008

Click Here For Report Abstract: In the span of a few short years, the use of all-terrain vehicles (ATVs) and trail bikes, otherwise known as wheeled off-highway recreational vehicles (OHRVs), has come to the forefront of New Hampshire’s recreational management issues. Wheeled OHRV recreation continues to be one of the fastest-growing outdoor activities, with both users and […] […]