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posted Jun 1, 2020
The series continues! Join us Wednesdays through June 2020 at 2-3pm ET for focused webinar discussions with panelists on topics specific for outdoor recreation professionals. As the world is in a state of adaptation and change, outdoor recreation experiences and our parks, forests, and public lands are as important as ever. And we are in this together!
posted Nov 22, 2019
Q&A from the American Trails webinar for JEDI with the purpose of creating a map that can help you identify priorities for your organization and areas where you need more support.
posted Feb 14, 2020
The California Land Conservation Conference is the largest annual gathering of land trusts, public agencies, foundations, and conservation professionals in the state. Our two-day event consists of thought-provoking speakers, powerful networking opportunities and unparalleled access to decision-makers in the conservation community.
posted Mar 16, 2020
A joint conference between American Trails and the Society of Outdoor Recreation Professionals
posted Mar 24, 2020
What are the ingredients for a world-class, signature trails experience? How can we move forward big, bold signature trails projects in Oregon?
Join us for a presentation and round table discussion.
posted Jun 24, 2020
Developed by the ITE Complete Streets Council.
posted Apr 7, 2020
This discussion will allow attendees to identify shortfalls or strengths of research and address the varying quality of economic contribution research that is now available.
posted Aug 8, 2019
The AORE - AEE Conference is the gathering of friends and colleagues, a place to improve performance and meet new people in your field.
posted Feb 12, 2020
In this webinar, listen to change‐makers working at the local, state, and national levels to improve speed management practices while including equity considerations. The speakers will discuss managing speeds while being responsive to community input, recent national research, and state efforts to consider alternatives to the 85th percentile for speed setting.
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