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

POSTER GALLERY

More than 30 posters highlighting various trail projects, programs, and issues from around the country and abroad are being displayed in the Exhibit Hall beginning on Sunday, November 16 at 9:45 a.m. through Tuesday, November 18 until 10:45 a.m.

Poster of bridges
Explore a wide variety of posters highlighting various trail and greenways projects

The respective representative(s) for each poster will be available during the 30-minute block of time listed below to address any questions or inquiries in an informal setting. Simply visit the poster gallery in the Exhibit Hall during the specified time to meet the presenter(s). The reference number listed beside the poster title will help you locate the specific poster in the gallery area.

Sunday, November 16 – 9:45 a.m. - 10:15 a.m. – Exhibit Halls 2 & 3

A NEW VISITOR INVENTORY FOR MANAGING QUALITY RECREATION OPPORTUNITIES (3)
Lester Wadzinski, U.S. Forest Service, Hoosier National Forest

TRAIL RESTROOM TROUBLE? COMPOST TOILET SYSTEMS OFFER A BETTER WAY (5)
Don Mills, Clivus Multrum, Inc.

DOGS GONE WILD (7)
Julia Kertz Grant, Boise City Parks & Recreation

BROADS HEALTHY LANDS PROJECT – INNOVATION IN TRAILS MONITORING AND MANAGEMENT (9)
Tim D. Peterson, Great Old Broads for Wilderness

ASSESSING BUFFALO NATIONAL RIVER VISITOR USE PATTERNS WITH A GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEM (14)
Dr. Robert (Bob) C. Weih, Jr., University of Arkansas, School of Forest Resources

THE INDIANAPOLIS CULTURAL TRAIL: A NEW PERSPECTIVE ON THE URBAN TRAIL (24)
Kevin Osburn, RLA, ASLA, Rundell Ernstberger Associates, LLC

NEW APPROACHES, TECHNOLOGY, AND EQUIPMENT FOR TRAIL MAINTENANCE (26)
Jim Schneider, Greene County Parks

TRAIL MARKING – INCORPORATING THE LATEST INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES IN VISIBILITY, FLEXIBILITY, DURABILITY, AND INFORMATION MANAGEMENT (30)
John Hohol, Recreation, Rhino Marking and Protection Systems

NO CHILD LEFT INSIDE…NO PLANT LEFT UNPROTECTED – DESIGNING THE CROMMET CREEK TRAIL (32)
Peter Wellenberger, Great Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve

Sunday, November 16 – 3:15 a.m. - 3:45 a.m. – Exhibit Halls 2 & 3

A FOUR-WAY PARTNERSHIP: OHV TRAILS IN THE SAM HOUSTON NATIONAL FOREST (1)
Catherine Albers, PhD, National Forests & Grasslands in Texas

A NEW VISITOR INVENTORY FOR MANAGING QUALITY RECREATION OPPORTUNITIES (3)
Greg Oller, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Table Rock Project Office

A TIMELESS TRAIL EXPERIENCE (4)
Bill Neumann, DHM Design

BAYOUS, BACK BAYS, AND BIKEWAYS OF THE MISSISSIPPI GULF COAST (11)
Liz Smith-Incer, National Park Service, Rivers, Trails, and Conservation Assistance Program

WORKING WITH YOUTH CREWS – A PRICELESS INVESTMENT FOR OUR FUTURE (13)
Justin Kenney, Vermont Youth Conservation Corps

SINNISSIPPI DAM WALKWAY AND MARTIN'S LANDING PARK (18)
Steve Brenner, Sterling Park District

USE OF PRESSURE TREATED WOOD IN TRAIL BUILDING AND OTHER SENSITIVE ENVIRONMENTS (25)
Jerry Parks, Western Wood Preservers Institute

DON’T LET YOUR FAVORITE TRAIL GO AWAY– SUSTAINING TRAILS THROUGH COOPERATIVE PARTNERSHIPS AND SUPPORTING YOUR LOCAL LAND AGENCIES (29)
Tim Adams, Teton Valley Trails and Pathways

FROM RUTS TO ROUTES: BUILDING SUSTAINABLE TRAILS (33)
Ken Dzaack, Canaan Valley National Wildlife Refuge

Monday, November 17 – 10:45 a.m. - 11:15 a.m. – Exhibit Halls 2 & 3

THE RIO GRANDE TRAIL: A REFLECTION OF A HISTORY IN NEW MEXICO (2)
David L. Certain, New Mexico State Parks

A NEW VISITOR INVENTORY FOR MANAGING QUALITY RECREATION OPPORTUNITIES (3)
Dr. Kenneth Chilman, Southern Illinois University, Department of Forestry

A TIMELESS TRAIL EXPERIENCE (4)
Mark Wilcox, DHM Design

THE PULSE OF THE COMMUNITY: CONNECTING PEOPLE WITH PLACES, HISTORY, AND CULTURE ON THE GRAND RIVER ARTS WALK (10)
Lori Singleton, Hamilton Anderson

U.S. BICYCLE ROUTE SYSTEM – CONNECTING PEOPLE, COMMUNITIES, AND THE NATION (12)
Ginny Sullivan, Adventure Cycling Association

BRINGING YOUR HORSE TO A NATIONAL PARK (19)
Bonnie Davis, Equestrian, Fremont Coalition for Open Space and Trails

RALLY THE TROOPS (20)
Bonnie Davis, Equestrian, Fremont Coalition for Open Space and Trails

NATIONAL CONSERVATION TRAINING CENTER – TRAIL MANAGEMENT: PLANS, PROJECTS, AND PEOPLE (21)
Matt Gay, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

CONNECTING PEOPLE WITH NATURE (22)
Matt Gay, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

PUBLIC TRAILS IN PRIVATE DEVELOPMENTS: THE SUCCESS OF THE BRAEMAR TRAIL (28)
Patti Pakkala, Prince William County

Tuesday, November 18 – 10:15 a.m. - 10:45 a.m. – East Ballroom Foyer (Statehouse Convention Center Level 3)

A NEW VISITOR INVENTORY FOR MANAGING QUALITY RECREATION OPPORTUNITIES (3)
Andy West, Missouri Department of Conservation

TRAIL RESTROOM TROUBLE? COMPOST TOILET SYSTEMS OFFER A BETTER WAY (5)
Amy Galvin, Clivus Multrum, Inc.

ARIZONA OFF HIGHWAY VEHICLE VOLUNTEER AMBASSADORS – INNOVATIVE OHV MANAGEMENT UTILIZING SOLID PARTNERSHIPS (6)
William Gibson, Bureau of Land Management, Arizona State Office

TRAILS OF FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS (8)
Matt Mihalevich, RLA, City of Fayetteville

BUY, SELL, BEG, OR BORROW: CREATIVE FUNDING IDEAS FROM AMERICA’S TRAILS (15)
Eric Van Steenburg, Friends of the Katy Trail

YOU CAN’T BEAT CITY HALL, SO BECOME PARTNERS INSTEAD (16)
Eric Van Steenburg, Friends of the Katy Trail

STRATEGIC FUNDRAISING FOR LONG-TERM SUCCESS (17)
Eric Van Steenburg, Friends of the Katy Trail

A TRAIL TO EVERY CLASSROOM (23)
Rita Hennessy, National Park Service

DANGEROUS TRAIL EVALUATION: ASSESSMENT BY TRAIL USERS WITH DISABILITIES (31)
Randall Vogt, Wheels On Trails Organization

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