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  • Webinars and OHV Recreation Management Courses Offered in New Year

    Course 4 in the OHV Recreation Management Course at Marshall University Offered

    The last course in Marshall Universities OHV Recreation Management Program series is being offered during the spring semester, which begins next week on January 9, 2012. This is the first time the course is being offered. The permission for the course was granted this morning by the college Dean. In order to run, at least 3 students must register for the course.
    For information regarding this course, contact Theresa Litteral the instructor at: tlitteral@njrati.org
    For information regarding the program and how to register for the course, see the NOHVCC website University Courses page.

    Free Webinars with CEUs Starting January 10th

    The NOHVCC Land Advocacy Webinars are being offered again in January and February of 2012. These courses are designed for both the OHV professional and the enthusiast. There are 4 total webinars in the series. The series is being offered twice, once during the day time hours and once in the evening hours to be able to accommodate as many people as possible.

    Module 1 - Route Designation: How Did We Get Here? Helps people understand the processes for land planning. It goes on to give the basics for OHV system planning, setting the stage for the other courses.

    Module 2 – Trail System Planning Part 1 begins with a look for whom the trails are designed. It then takes you deeper into the concepts that are required for quality trail systems which riders want to stay on.

    Module 3 – Trail System Planning Part 2 gives additional information regarding additional planning details, plus what to do after the design is done.

    Module 4 – Making It Work: Where Do We Go From Here? Gives ideas for both enthusiasts and land managers to move forward for sustainable OHV trail systems.
    Continuing Education Units are awarded through the Marshall Community and Technical College for all 4 courses. To get additional information regarding the webinars or the CEU units, go to the Webinar page.

    To register for the webinars online, go to the Webinar Schedule page.

    The first course is next week, so don’t delay; register today!

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