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19th National Trails Symposium in Little Rock, Arkansas, November 15-18, 2008

TRAIL DEVELOPMENT IN HIGH-END SUBDIVISIONS

How comprehensive trail systems and natural areas enhance a newly developing subdivision.

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Photo by Ken Eastin


Date: Monday, November 17
Time: 1:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Cost: $25 (includes box lunch)

Take an easy to moderate walk over a soft-surface trail system developed in conjunction with home construction in an area of $300,000+ homes. You will discuss how trail construction and housing sales impact newly developing high-end subdivisions.

This workshop is about making the most of site assets for a comprehensive trail system that provides opportunities for individual and family enjoyment of natural areas in a newly developing subdivision. Ron Tyne, forward-thinking, local builder/developer and landscape architect, incorporates nature trail systems in high-end housing projects for economic development purposes, subdivision aesthetics, and future residential property resale value.

Leader: Ken Eastin, co-owner and Registered Landscape Architect, Eastin Outdoors Inc.

Workshop Leader Bio:
This workshop will be led by Ken Eastin, R.L.A., who is the Woodlands Edge trail developer and also a board member of the international Professional Trailbuilders Association.

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