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posted Mar 16, 2021
Thanks to funding from the Utah Division of Parks and Recreation – OHV Program, NOHVCC will be leading two OHV training workshops to educate and benefit the state’s off-highway vehicle (OHV) enthusiasts, OHV club members, land managers, and other OHV stakeholders. These trainings will be focused on the development of sustainable trails and trail partnerships. All trainings are dependent on COVID-19 related regulations and meeting size requirements.
published Mar 16, 2021
Lora Goerlich, American Trails contributor and equestrian expert, shares trail etiquette around horse manure.
published Mar 15, 2021
American Trails Staff
These recommendations have been jointly developed for Hike the Hill regarding FFY 2022 asks and justifications for Federal agency budgets affecting trails and outdoor recreation opportunities.
The National Crosscut and Chainsaw Program was created to train smart volunteer and professional sawyers across the nation.
posted Mar 11, 2021
In this training, you will learn crosscut saw techniques, procedures, and best practices for safely and effectively clearing trails in challenging situations. The course will also cover basic tool care and maintenance and include a mix of online coursework, classroom learning, and hands-on field experience.
Upgrade your outdoor stewardship skills at this exciting 3-day workshop!
This exciting training is a must for anyone interested in leading volunteers in trail projects!
posted Mar 9, 2021
One part of a three-part series on the Introduction to Trail Planning, Design and Development, and Management. PART THREE: In the Introduction to Trail Management we will discuss visitor and maintenance management.
One part of a three-part series on the Introduction to Trail Planning, Design and Development, and Management. PART TWO: In the Introduction to Trail Design and Development we will discuss sustainable trail design that is common for trails as well as unique elements associated with specific types of trail use.
One part of a three-part series on the Introduction to Trail Planning, Design and Development, and Management. PART ONE: In the Introduction to Trail Planning we will discuss different types of trail plans including Master Plans Conceptual Plans, Development Plans and Management Plans.
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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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