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Stewardship

Spend some time with us to learn more about the stewardship efforts of AOHVA, our member clubs and OHV community volunteers.

The vast majority of OHV riders consider it a privilege – not a right - to be able to ride their OHVs and enjoy Alberta’s outdoors and natural landscape. It’s a privilege for ALL users: hikers, cyclists, skiers, snowmobilers, campers and OHV riders to access and enjoy our province’s wide open spaces. And while the reputation of the tens of thousands of responsible OHV riders may at times be tainted by the reckless actions of a few, the reality is that OHV users love and do care for the landscape.

Over the past 30 years, responsible user groups, such as the Alberta Off-Highway Vehicle Association (AOHVA) and our members have invested millions of dollars and tens of thousands of volunteer hours to build trails for motorized recreation in Alberta. We have hauled material, built bridges and created a sustainable trail network to ensure that responsible trail users have a safe place to ride, hike, mountain bike and generally enjoy the wilderness of our great province.

The AOHVA 4 Point Plan for Environmentally Responsible OHV Use explains how by incorporating best practices from across North America and by implementing innovative approaches to developing, managing and sustaining shared trail networks we can make Alberta the model for shared recreational trail development and management.

Spend some time with us to learn more about the stewardship efforts of AOHVA, our member clubs and OHV community volunteers.

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