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The State of Nevada Commission on Off-Highway Vehicles has launched a new website – http://ohv.nv.gov .

 

Registration - http://ohv.nv.gov/register

This section details a step-by-step Process of Off-highway Vehicle registration and links to a frequently asked section page.

Off-Road Smart - http://ohv.nv.gov/off-road-smart

Our campaign "Off-Road Smart" highlights Nevadans from across the State who responsibly participate in off-road recreation and support Off-Highway Vehicle Registration.

Trails - http://ohv.nv.gov/trails

Trail Maps are presented in digital format for individuals to see where Off-Road trails exist in Nevada.

Grant Program - http://ohv.nv.gov/grant-program

Visitors to the website can acccess information regarding the Off-Highway Vehicle Registration grant program which funds various statewide projects.  Announcements regarding the next round of grants will be posted.

 Web Banners - http://ohv.nv.gov/banners

Clubs and associations, dealerships, law enforcement, can promote Off-Highway Vehicle registration by downloading a graphic and posting on their website or on social media and linking from the graphic to the website http://ohv.nv.gov .

The California Nevada Snowmobile Foundation Receives 2017 Best of Bakersfield Award

Bakersfield Award Program Honors the Achievement

BAKERSFIELD June 1, 2017 -- The California Nevada Snowmobile Foundation has been selected for the 2017 Best of Bakersfield Award in the Social Assistance category by the Bakersfield Award Program.

Each year, the Bakersfield Award Program identifies companies that we believe have achieved exceptional marketing success in their local community and business category. These are local companies that enhance the positive image of small business through service to their customers and our community. These exceptional companies help make the Bakersfield area a great place to live, work and play.

Various sources of information were gathered and analyzed to choose the winners in each category. The 2017 Bakersfield Award Program focuses on quality, not quantity. Winners are determined based on the information gathered both internally by the Bakersfield Award Program and data provided by third parties.

About Bakersfield Award Program

The Bakersfield Award Program is an annual awards program honoring the achievements and accomplishments of local businesses throughout the Bakersfield area. Recognition is given to those companies that have shown the ability to use their best practices and implemented programs to generate competitive advantages and long-term value.

The Bakersfield Award Program was established to recognize the best of local businesses in our community. Our organization works exclusively with local business owners, trade groups, professional associations and other business advertising and marketing groups. Our mission is to recognize the small business community's contributions to the U.S. economy.

SOURCE: Bakersfield Award Program

 

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Report on CNSA Convention March 3-4, 2017                     March 8, 2017

Tahoe Biltmore, Crystal Bay, Nevada

By Greg McKay , President Tahoe Sierra Snowmobiling Club

Central CNSA Representative

Greetings Fellow CNSA Members:

It was great to see and ride with fellow CNSA snowmobilers. As you know we (like you) are experiencing an epic snowfall this year. At present we are hovering around 250% of average snowfall and close to that of moisture.

We rode out of Hope Valley on Thursday (13 riders), Little Truckee Summit on Friday (19 riders), and Spooner Summit on Saturday (23 riders). Snow conditions were exceptional, daily search activities were minimal and nobody got hurt.

We had a snowstorm Saturday night into Sunday which dumped another 18-36 inches in the Tahoe Basin along with some significant wind. Several CNSA members cancelled as to not deal with the weather but those that stayed had a great time.

In our CNSA meetings much discussion was centered on the five National Forests that are going thru the over the snow travel plans. Much concern focused on the Plumas, Tahoe, Stanislaus, and the Tahoe Basin. Our dinner was great with Prime Rib and Salmon and our auctions were well received.

In the Tahoe Basin we are due to have the proposed alternatives out in May, with more public comment after that. The feedback I’ve gotten from the USFS was little change, with the Hell Hole Reservoir having the yellow legged frog and some concern there. Hopefully this is a by-product of the consensus-building work we’ve done in the last few years. I wish I could say the same for the rest of the Forests.

We also have a new snowmobiling club from Elko, NV. They are just getting their by-laws and 501c3 stuff done. They got about 25 solid members and five times that following on facebook. We look forward to them as CNSA members in the near future.

We also have been active along with Fred Wiley and gotten funding to do road improvements over on the East Shore of Lake Tahoe. We did five miles this last summer with 12 miles scheduled for the 2017 summer. In 2018 we are putting in a 67 place parking lot and bathrooms on the Kingsbury Grade side. The USFS has been a great partner and is kicking in $350,000 for that project after building a new motorized trail last year.

Again I thank everyone who came up and had some good riding. Looking forward to the North Region convention next year.


Name: dan flowerdew
E-Mail: dflowerderw915 AT gmail.com
Entry Date 2015-12-22 16:32:02
Comments: I going to Carson City on 12/23/15 can anyone recommend a ridding area for beginner to intermediate for step son
   

Name: Gregory McKay
E-Mail: greg.e.mckay AT gmail.com
Entry Date 2015-12-18 15:26:19
Comments: East Side Tahoe National Forest winter update

Rode their yesterday. Much more snow once you get in a few miles. Beginning to set up after the first three foot of powder after last storm. Already better than all of last year

Name: Carl Cappelen
E-Mail: webmaster AT cnsa.net
Entry Date 2015-11-30 16:19:07
Comments: Mark your calendar for the 2016 CNSA Convention.
Pines Resort, Bass Lake, CA
March 11-12, 2016

More information to follow:

Carl,

PRESS RELEASE

 

 

Public Comments Sought for Sheriff’s Office OHV/OSV Grant

 

 

The Plumas County Sheriff’s Office is developing its Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) draft grant application that will be submitted to the State of California Department of Parks and Recreation on March 2nd 2015.  The application will be available for public review from March 3rd 2015 through April 6th 2015. The public is invited to comment on any changes or improvements on the grant application on the website http://ohv.parks.ca.gov/?page_id=1164.   Final applications are due to the state of California on May 4th, 2015.

 

For more information, or if you have questions please contact Sgt. Todd Johns at the Plumas County Sheriff’s Office(530)283-6392 or email tjohns@pcso.net

 


 

NAME: : Terry
e-mail : trylnwin AT aol.com
Entry Date : 2015-02-08 02:26:57
Comments :    Dropped by Hope today and there was wet snow and enough to
launch at the staging area..  A few people were out and the concession was
up and running.  there is  snow on the road but the concession buss is
going past the gate with customers to a staging area...unknown to me
IF the temps drop there should be lots of snow tomorrow to ride on.  Its
5:30 pm and 41 degrees and raining here in Carson City at the moment..
RMKGUY  OR WAS IT RMKRALPH


NAME: : Jim
e-mail : jamesns6000 AT aol.com
Entry Date : 2015-01-30 17:29:09
Comments : We rode island park west Yellowstone last week the snow was good
Jim


NAME: : Daryl Bender
e-mail : dbender AT chicousd.org
Entry Date : 2015-01-15 22:14:59
Comments : We had our HIllsliders meeting last night and decided to cancel our February 7th poker run due to a lack of snow. Please post this on the website to get the word out. The club decided to not do a makeup date so we can concentrate on setting up for the state convention in Chico.

 


NAME: : Carl Cappelen
e-mail : ccappelen AT ponderosaca.com
Entry Date : 2014-12-20 22:13:17
Comments : In all the classes I have taught, the finger count is the number behind you, with the last person, having a closed fist.

 

 


NAME: : Bruce
e-mail : Hippiehntr AT sbcglobal.net
Entry Date : 2014-12-20 18:36:13
Comments : Re: Hand signals
For the decades I have Jeeped/snowmobiled I have heard about a 50/50 split on the proper hand signal (not single digit) to use to advise oncoming vehicles/snowmobiles as to how many machines are in the opposite group. Half say that the lead vehicle holds up fingers for the number of vehicles total. The other 50% say that you hold up the number of vehicles behind you. Is there a consensus?

 


 

NAME: : Carl
e-mail : webmaster AT cnsa.net
Entry Date : 2014-12-20 18:14:42
Comments : This BLOG is up and running.
ALL entries will be moderated, to attempt SPAM and other junk from being posted.
There will be a delay between your entry and posting to the BLOG web page.
Carl,

 


 

 

2015 - USDA Forest Service Stanislaus National Forest Over-Snow Vehicle (OSV) Use Designation Update

The Forest Service is beginning to prepare an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for the designation of over-snow vehicle (OSV) use on the Stanislaus National Forest. Attached is a scoping letter and description of our proposal. We encourage you to review the attached information and follow the instructions provided to submit comments about the proposed action. Your comments will help us assess the environmental effects of the proposed action.

Thank you for your participation.
Jeanne Higgins
Forest Supervisor,
Stanislaus National Forest

CNSA response: SCOPING COMMENTS

 


 

 

CNSA LIFE members



The following members of CNSA are LIFE members:

 

Beatie, Dan & Anne Meadow Vista, CA
Brown, Don Newbury Park, CA
Ferson, Wesley Moorpark, CA
Gemmet, Clara Placerville, CA
Gordon, Ben Princeton, CA
Gravelle, Gordon & Molly Tahoe City, CA
Ham, Jerry & Colleen Oakhurst, CA
Johnson, Scott Clovis, CA
McCray, James & Wendi South Lake Tahoe, CA
Olson, Kate Placerville, CA
Palla, Rodney & Cheryl Bakersfield, CA
Rawlings, Ron & Roberta Galt, CA
Roberts, Brad Elko, NV
Samuel, Norman & Tammy Zephyr Cove, NV
Sweepe, Keith & Madeline Exeter, CA
Williams, Terry & Nancy Richvale, CA
Wisgerhoff, Dennis San Roman, CA

 

For those who wish to become CNSA LIFE:  http://www.cnsa.net/application-form.html
fill out the application to be a LIFE members.

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