In 2007, the Central Minnesota Sustainable Development Partnership contracted the Department
of Forest Resources at the University of Minnesota to study private landowner perceptions of
off-highway vehicle (OHV) use. This study characterizes how private forests and seasonal
recreation lands in an eight-county region are used and the willingness of landowners to allow
OHV access. The following results provide officials in the Minnesota counties of Becker, Cass,
Crow Wing, Hubbard, Morrison, Otter Tail, Todd and Wadena with information about how best
to manage for the increasing demand for places to ride OHVs and identifies the scope of conflict
and use on private lands.
Becker, Dennis R.; Wilson, Grant L..
Central Minnesota Private Landowner Attitudes Toward Off-Highway Vehicle Access.
University of Minnesota.
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