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posted Jan 16, 2018
The 819 mile Arizona Trail evolved from one man’s dream in the 1980’s to a congressionally designated national scenic trail.
Troy Dymock has been a “trailblazer” for over 16 years beginning with the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) in 1997 and moving to the Forest Service (FS) Recreation Solutions Enterprise Team as a Trails Specialist in 1999.
posted Jan 10, 2018
Shawn Redfield has held the position of Trail Director in our organization for the past three years, from 2011-2014.
posted Dec 29, 2017
Installation of a vault toilet and wayside benches, relocation of an eroded portion of the trail, plus signs to improve safety, trail maps and brochures, and “Leave No Trace” educational materials.
The Arizona Program reflects a dynamic cultural shift that includes all of the components of a model program which is user driven.
Through the Ancestral Lands program, Conservation Legacy supports trail improvement on the Mogollon Rim in the Coconino National Forest while providing jobs and experience for local Native American youth.
posted Dec 25, 2017
Ann is the Recreation Training Coordinator for the Bureau of Land Management.
Steve Anderson of Tucson, Arizona, is Principal Planner of Pima County Natural Resources Parks & Recreation Department.
posted Dec 21, 2017
Desert Mountain is a golf and active outdoor lifestyle community in North Scottsdale, adjacent to the 3-million acre Tonto National Forest.
published Dec 2011
American Trails Staff
The fruition of a long distance trail.
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Standard trail identification and numbering markers applied to fiberglass post; Phoenix Mountain Parks, Arizona
Crusher fines trail built up to form a bench; Lomaki Wupatki National Monument, Arizona
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