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Public input sought for Castle parks area planning
Albertans will have new opportunities to learn about the future of conservation and recreation uses for the Castle parks area. The province will hold a series of public information sessions and stakeholder meetings beginning March 8 and continuing in the coming months.Read More...
AOHVA’s Environmentally Responsible Solution
The AOHVA has a 4-point plan to ensure that past damage is corrected and not repeated in the future. 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 conflict-free recreational trail development and management.Read More...
An Open Letter to Albertans
From AOHVA President, Brent Hodgson
In every jurisdiction where OHV activities occur, it is groups like the Alberta Off-highway Vehicle Association (AOHVA) who lead the way to promote safe, responsible and respectable vehicle use.Read More...
Provincial Government slams the door on Albertans’ outdoor pursuits Op-Ed by Brent Hodgson, AOHVA PresidentRead Here...
Alberta Off-Highway Vehicle Riders Disappointed with Decision to Shut Down All Motorized Trail Use in The Castle AreaRead the media release
Alberta announced its commitment to enhance the protection of the Castle AreaTo view the article go to https://www.alberta.ca/release.cfm?xID=4615062300B72-B7DC-7610-C46E08357654B8F9#.WIJ2dXdJCYo.email
*We strongly urge you to make your voices heard, complete the survey – let the Government know what you think - before another riding area is totally lost.
Provide your comments and input to Alberta Environment and Parks at the link below – deadline is March 20, 2017.
ALBERTA OFF-HIGHWAY VEHICLE ASSOCIATION (AOHVA) concerned that Albertans’ continued enjoyment of province’s open landscape is in jeopardyRead the media release
Edmonton Boat & Sportsmen’s Show March 16 – 19, 2017http://www.edmontonboatandsportshow.ca/
This was developed by the Alberta Government working with the Alberta Off-Highway Vehicle Association, Alberta Snowmobile Association, Alberta TrailNet and the Alberta Safety Council. Its purpose is to provide school children with information about operating off-highway vehicles in a safe, respectful, and environmentally-friendly manner. The ultimate goal is to help reduce incidents through pro-active education. The desire is to also teach students how to be respectful of other trail users and to be aware of how to "tread lightly" on the land on which we ride.
Ride with Respect is tailored and available in three grade levels:
Each lesson helps to meet the Alberta Education Program of Studies and is offered at no cost to the students or schools.
The lesson takes approximately 45 minutes to deliver and is interactive and participative in nature. There are also some educational worksheets that can be left with the students to encourage discussion on these topics at home.
If you are interested in this program and would like it presented in your school, please have your school contact us at: