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posted Jun 5, 2019
Peter Dolan with New York - New Jersey Trail Conference,
Joshua Osowski with New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection
Are you ready to view old trail networks with fresh eyes?
Margie Tatro with Reineke Construction
In this session learn about a simple, cost estimating tool and key factors associated with trail construction costs.
Willie Bittner with Great Lakes Trailbuilders, LLC,
Lauren Edwards-Johnson with The Corps Network,
Brenna Kelly with Conservation Legacy
Engaging youth and veterans in trail projects.
Kendra Baumer with New York - New Jersey Trail Conference
Take control of your volunteer program's future!
posted Jun 4, 2019
Chris Gensic with City of Charlottesville Parks & Recreation
Lack of funding for trail design, construction, and upkeep is often a major barrier to implementation. Topics of discussion include: should this be local or state level, should it fund planning or construction, how much is enough but not too much, and how to equitably share the funding.
Bill Long with Bay Area Ridge Trail,
Frank Maguire with Pennsylvania Environmental Council (Harrisburg Office),
Learn how trail leaders are generating support through techniques like outings and events, hikes with landowners, improved mapping and compelling visual images and engage in a sharing of lessons learned.
Chris Morris with New York State Office of Parks, Recreation, and Historic Preservation,
Hank Osborn with New York - New Jersey Trail Conference,
Sara Hart with New York State Office of Parks, Recreation, and Historic Preservation
This presentation will showcase elements of a comprehensive planning effort underway, and will focus on specific management actions including data collection, trail stewardship, maintenance, and a Leave No Trace hot spot event.
Richard Allen with Frontenac County, Ontario,
Mike Rose with Alta Planning + Design,
Ezra Lipton with Alta Planning + Design
Trails have the opportunity to seamlessly connect vast regions. They become the spine of an active transportation network, that connects people to areas beyond the trail’s reach.
Ron L. Taylor with Taylor Siefker Williams Design Group,
Travis Glazier with Onondaga County Office of Environment,
Andre Denman with Indy Parks/Department of Public Works
This session provides two case studies of how communities are creating and attracting residents to unique experiences on their trail systems.
Daniel Ashworth with Alta Planning + Design,
Sara Patterson with Michael Baker International
Two case studies lay out the opportunities and challenges with completing trails through a lengthy planning, design, and construction process with multiple planning partners and project funders.
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Fort Worden State Park, Port Townsend, Washington
Routed and painted wood sign; Arches National Monument, Moab, Utah
Sign helps users find trail beyond point of interest; Arches National Monument, Moab, Utah
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Nordic Manufacturing Ltd.
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