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published May 2013
Ozark Trail Association
This manual was created to accompany the Crew Leader training program developed by the Ozark Trail Association (OTA). It serves as an aid to volunteer Crew Leaders working with other volunteers to build and maintain single-track natural surface trails in the Ozarks region of Missouri. This manual is designed to serve as a baseline for trail construction and maintenance and as an introduction to leading small groups of volunteers on natural surface trail
construction and maintenance events.
published Nov 2018
This study was intended to assess current—and projected—employment levels across these sectors with a particular focus on science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) oriented occupations that require “mid-level” education and skills. This education includes post-high school training but stops short of a bachelor’s degree,3 opening the door to a greater number of students who are not focused exclusively on four-year degrees. The study was also designed to identify employer demand for occupations within these four sectors.
published Oct 2017
Transforming Youth Outdoors (TYO),
U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service
Choose your outdoor career path! Get started by asking yourself some very basic questions. Even though you might not be able to answer all of them, it is a good first step to narrow down what you really want to do. Ready? Let’s go!
published Jan 2019
North Country Trail Association
The Crew Leader Handbook is designed to provide information for Crew Leaders organizing and overseeing projects on the North
Country National Scenic Trail. This Handbook is intended as a compliment to the in-person North Country Trail Association Crew
Leader training program, which is available to all volunteers looking to expand their skills sets and gain new leadership skills.
published Mar 2022
USDA Forest Service
Why Do We Need a Trail Challenge? Despite the great work happening in support of trails, workload demands continue to outpace the capacity of agency staff, partners, and volunteers. To address these shortcomings, the Forest Service has issued a 10-year Trail Challenge. It focuses the collective energy and resources of the trail community on actions resulting in greater collective capacity to manage and maintain trails, as well as more miles of trails that are well-designed, well-maintained, and well-suited to support recreation use today and into the future.
Continental Divide Trail Coalition
As a connector of landscapes, communities, and cultures, the Continental Divide National Scenic Trail (CDT) provides a setting for community members, decision makers, conservationists, outdoor enthusiasts, and everyone connected to the lands and waters of the Divide, to come together to discuss how to steward the vital natural, cultural, and historic resources found across its entirety. With this report, the Continental Divide Trail Coalition hopes to highlight the role of the cooperative stewardship model in the management of the CDT, what we accomplished in 2021, and what we are looking forward to in 2022.
published Apr 2021
Trail Mix, Inc.
Successes and lessons from the COVID-19 Conservation Corps programs in Juneau, Anchorage, and Sitka that trained and employed out-of-work Alaskans in 2020.
published Jul 2019
Kimley-Horn and Associates
The purpose of the Highway-Rail Crossing Handbook, 3rd Edition is an information resource developed to provide
a unified reference document on prevalent and best practices as well as adopted standards relative to highway-rail grade crossings.
published Feb 2022
Federal Highway Administration
A report on the use and benefits of Federal Recreational Trails Program funds across the United States.
published Apr 2015
The Milwaukee Method focuses on culturally-sensitive neighborhood development based on the interests of independent and institutional stakeholders. The method acknowledges that cultural workers such as artists, makers, and creative entrepreneurs are critical to influencing neighborhood development.
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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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