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Reports: Recreational Off-Highway Vehicle Use

December 1, 2015

The following reports relate to off-highway vehicle (OHV) planning and management in Canada and other regions.

 

Managing Recreation on Public Land : How does Alberta Compare?

2015 Report: Managing Recreation on Public Land: How does Alberta Compare?Adam Driedzic, Environmental Law Centre

 

 

 

Managing Recreation on Public Land

2015 Wild Lands Advocate Article: Managing Recreation on Public Land: How does Alberta Compare? (See full report above) – Adam Driedzic, Environmental Law Centre

 

 

 

Albertans' Values and Attitudes toward Recreation and Wilderness

2015 Report: Albertans’ Values and Attitudes toward Recreation and Wilderness – Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society (CPAWS)

 

 

 

Thompson Rivers Natural Resource District Off-Road Vehicle Recreation Strategy

2015 Recommendation Paper: Thompson Rivers Natural Resource District Off-Road Vehicle Recreation Strategy
– Thompson Rivers Natural Resource District Off-road Vehicle Recreation Strategy Steering Committee

 

 

Environmental Effects of Off-Highway Vehicles on Bureau of Land Management Lands

2007 Report: Environmental Effects of Off-Highway Vehicles on Bureau of Land Management Lands – U.S. Geological Survey

 

 

 

Final Report of the Voluntary Planning Off-highway Vehicle Task Force

2004 Report: Final Report of the Voluntary Planning Off-highway Vehicle Task Force – Nova Scotia Voluntary Planning Off-highway Vehicle Task Force

 

 

All terrain vehicles as a cause of fire ignition in Alberta forests

2004 Bulletin: Evaluating the Fire Ignition Potential of All Terrain Vehicles in Alberta ForestsForest Engineering Research Institute of Canada (FERIC)

 

 

All terrain vehicles as a cause of fire ignition in Alberta forests

2002 Bulletin: All Terrain Vehicles as a Cause of Fire Ignition in Alberta Forests – Forest Engineering Research Institute of Canada (FERIC)

 

 

Working Together for a Safer Future

2001 Report: Working Together for a Safer Future: A Report of the New Brunswick All-Terrain Vehicle Task Force New Brunswick All-Terrain Vehicle Task Force

 

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- Clayton Lamb, January 2018
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