The Kokopelli OHV Club, led by Stan Hargar, is working to help adventure seekers get from Mesquite to Caliente, all on Nevada OHV trails. The Kokopelli OHV Club received a grant from the Nevada OHV Program to install directional signs at intersections along the trail, informing users of route directions, sensitive areas, and points of interest. Signs are installed on Carsonite posts, and include GPS Coordinates, the town ahead, and a reminder that you are recreating on public land.
The Kokopelli Club has built an exemplary partnership between their members, the Bureau of Land Management, and the Nevada Conservation Corps. While grant funds are managed by the club, members regularly meet with land managers and employ the services of Nevada Conservation Corps to get the signs installed. Initial trail reports state that while installing the signs in dry Nevada dirt is troublesome, users confirm that the final product is well worth the effort!
Stan Hargar was the 2018 OHV Partner of the Year for his efforts on this signing project. Catch the Kokopelli Club and learn about other grant funded projects at the 2019 OHV Summit, 10.31.19—11.2.19 in Caliente, Nevada!