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POSTER GALLERY at the National Trails Symposium

More than 31 posters highlighting various trail projects, programs, and issues from around the country and abroad are being displayed in the Exhibit Hall beginning Thursday, October 19 at 3:00 p.m. through Sunday, October 22 until 1:30 p.m.

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.

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20 - Time: 9:45 a.m. - 10:15 a.m.

WEB-BASED BIKE AND PEDESTRIAN DESIGN INPUT FOR UPCOMING ROAD PROJECTS IN ILLINOIS (01)
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Ed Barsotti, League of Illinois Bicyclists

CEMETERY LANE TRAIL AND STREETSCAPE (06)
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Scott Belonger and BJ Richardson, Loris and Associates, Inc.

THE MYTH AND MYSTERY OF TRAILS: STEPS TOWARD AN ECOLOGY OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT (11)
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Mark Edwards, Iowa Department of Natural Resources; Peter Komendowski, ME and V

GPS & TRAIL DESIGN (15)
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Jef Farland, Brian Gibbs and Kathleen Scholl, University of Northern Iowa

STABILIZED ENGINEERED WOOD FIBER FOR ACCESSIBLE TRAILS (20)
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Ted Laufenberg, USDA Forest Service - Forest Products Laboratory

A TRAIL DOCUMENTARY: REACHING PEOPLE EVERY WHERE, EVERY DAY (27)
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Sandi McFarland and Christine Bradbury, USDA Forest Service, Nez Perce National Historic Trail

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20 - Time: 3:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.

SMITH'S ISLAND NATURE TRAIL: RETRACING FOOTPRINTS OF THE PAST TO THOSE OF THE PRESENT (03)
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Steve Vacek, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Mississippi River Project

SURFACING TRAILS FOR ACCESSIBILITY (07)
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Gary M. Robb, Laura Weatherbee, National Center on Accessibility - IU

THE LINK BETWEEN TRANSPORTATION PLANNING AND TRAIL PLANNING (12)
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Meg Storrow, Storrow Kinsella Associates, Inc.

EXPERIENCE TRAILSÉ AFOOT, ASTRIDE, AFLOAT (16)
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Katherine N. Edaburn, Deb Summers, Shoemaker-Haaland

THE AMERICAN HORSE COUNCIL (21)
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Kevin J. McColaugh, American Horse Council

WHOSE TRAIL IS IT, ANYWAY? BUILDING A SEAMLESS VISITOR EXPERIENCE (25)
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Louanne Atherley, USDA Forest Service, Heritage Design

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21 - 10:15 a.m. - 10:45 a.m.

COMPETING FOR USERS: THE USE OF RAIL TRAILS AS EVENT HOSTS AND FACILITIES (04)
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Cory Kulczycki, University of Alberta, Faculty of Physical Education and Recreation

CREATING THE CALUMET-SAG TRAIL USING THE TRIPLE BOTTOM LINE (08)
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Steve Buchtel and Keith Holt, Chicagoland Bicycle Federation; Greg Lochow, G. L. Studios

UTILIZATION OF HISTORIC MINING DITCHES FOR RECREATIONAL TRAILS (13)
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Jeannie Klein, Bureau of Land Management

THE TRAIL PLANNING PATH AT SANTA MONICA MOUNTAINS NATIONAL RECREATION AREA (17)
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Melanie Beck, Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area

THE COLORADO EXPERIENCE: BALANCING THE NEED FOR ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION WITH TRAIL DESIGN (22)
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Hugh Duffy, National Park Service, Denver Service Center; John Giordanengo, Colorado Fourteeners Initiative

UNDER DEVELOPMENT: CONECTING PEOPLE, PLACES & OPPORTUNITIES IN TAMPA (31)
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Mary Helen Duke, City of Tampa

NO LONGER LOST IN TIME AND PLACE &endash; FINDING CULTURAL CONTINUITY ALONG COMMUNITY TRAILS (05)
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Patricia Goitein, Galena Trail and Coach Road Society

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 22 - 10:15 a.m. - 10:45 a.m.

RE-THINKING, RE-DESIGNING & RE-CREATING: A NEW APPROACH TO DEVELOPING A COMPREHENSIVE TRAILS PROGRAM (09)
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Maryanne Vancio, County of San Diego, Department of Parks and Recreation

CONNECTING A CITY: DEVELOPING THE CITY OF DALLAS TRAIL NETWORK MASTER PLAN (10)
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Jared White, City of Dallas, Parks and Recreation Department

PHYSICAL ACTIVITY POLICY FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES: A TRAIL PROGRAM THAT MEETS THE CALL TO ACTION (14)
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Jeff Hunter, American Hiking Society

ACCESSIBLE TRAIL EVALUATION (19)
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Dwight Morrison and Randal Vogt, Wheels on Trails Organization

SAMPLING TRAIL USE IN CAPACITY MANAGEMENT SITUATIONS: AN INEXPENSIVE MODEL (23)
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Les Wadzinski, Hoosier National Forest

IS YOUR TRAIL CONGESTED? (28)
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John Drew, Eppley Institute for Parks and Public Lands

 

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Won by Joe Walker, from Denton, Texas:

 

 

 

 


Updated November 19, 2006

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