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Grand Rapids, MichiganAugust 14 - August 18, 2018
2018 National Off-Highway Vehicle Conservation Council and International Off-Highway Vehicle Administrators Association joint annual conferences. These joint conferences bring together the best and brightest in the OHV community – including enthusiasts and land managers – and provide the perfect opportunity to gain and share insights on issues, hurdles and successes that have occurred since we last met in New Hampshire. For any who may attend for the first time, expect to learn a lot, meet a ton of great people, and to share your insights as well.
Huguenot, New YorkSeptember 20 - September 23, 2018
Themes for the 2018 Anniversary Conference: Learn It: Workshops that give participants opportunities to learn and appreciate more about the natural world. Live It: Workshops that give participants opportunities to consider new ways to experience or educate in the outdoors. Pay It Forward: Workshops that give participants opportunities for making the field of Outdoor Education a stronger force for the future. These presentations are often about taking action and geared to the development of partnerships, ideas on sustainability and dealing with future challenges.
Vancouver, WashingtonOctober 22 - October 25, 2018
Every two years, the Partnership for the National Trails System convenes a conference for the members, partners and allies from the National Trails community.
Wenatchee, WashingtonOctober 25 - October 27, 2018
The 12th biennial conference theme is “Leading the Way”. This year’s conference will offer breakout sessions along four themed tracks: Shared Trails, Shared Advocacy; Exclusivity, Diversity, and Access; Public Lands - Multiple Uses & Balancing Values; Managing for Change.
Scottsdale, ArizonaNovember 02 - November 04, 2018
The annual conference will address important educational issues that are being presented in both a hands-on environment as well as in general workshop sessions. The Conference topics include up-to-date educational information and skills that will benefit both trail riders and trail maintenance groups, as well as our public and private land managers.
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