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published Nov 2016
Jeffrey Marion with U.S. Geological Survey,
Jeremy Wimpey, Ph.D. with Applied Trails Research
Results from a review of the literature and three scientific studies are presented to model and clarify the influence of factors that substantially influence trail soil loss and that can be manipulated by trail professionals to sustain high traffic while minimizing soil loss over time.
published Mar 2016
Jeffrey Marion with U.S. Geological Survey
This article examines the recreation ecology literature most relevant to wilderness and backcountry, with a focus on visitor impacts to vegetation, soil, wildlife, and water resources.
published Feb 2006
National Park Service
This report describes results from a comprehensive assessment of resource conditions on a large (24%) sample of the trail system within Big South Fork National River and Recreational Area (BSF).
published May 2011
U.S. Geological Survey
This research developed and applied state-of-the-art trail condition assessment and monitoring procedures and applied them to the park’s formal and informal (visitor-created) trails.
posted Jul 12, 2022
This webinar will provide an overview of elements associated with creating a Trail Crew Leader Program.
Learn how to be a better trail crew leader and pick up some new tools and fresh perspectives to add to your crew leader toolbox.
posted Jul 6, 2022
Learn how trails benefit local communities and how you can make the case for yours.
posted Jun 29, 2022
This webinar will include presenters from both a newly formed trails collective to a collective that has been around for a few years, providing lessons learned and valuable insights for other communities that are encouraged to do the same.
posted Jun 23, 2022
Learn how to use a variety of mobile and desktop based technologies to assess, plan, and design trails across the country.
posted Jun 15, 2022
This webinar will dive in deeper on the process for trails to become designated National Water Trails, which are a subset of the National Recreation Trails.
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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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South Carolina Trails
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