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posted Feb 19, 2018
This session will focus on the big and innovative thinking necessary to retrofit an urban environment for a multi-use trail system.
Take away tools include how to train volunteers, bring a recognizable present to public lands, maintain motorized trails, and educate the public.
Carl Knoch with Rails-to-Trails Conservancy (RTC),
David Lindhaul with Morton Trails, LLC,
John Morton with Morton Trails, LLC
Hear how research projects support the facts that trails do provide a positive economic benefit in their communities.
Mark Wilcox with American Society of Landscape Architects,
Bill Neumann with DHM Design,
John M. Pflaum, PE with WHPacific, Inc.
This presentation will reveal the process of planning, designing and constructing trails within four different landscape settings identifying challenges and solutions.
Learn about trail training services and opportunities plus a wide variety of technical resources available.
Terry Eastin with Mississippi River Trail, Inc.,
Todd Antoine, AICP with Great Rivers Greenway District,
Paul Labovitz with Mississippi National River and Recreation Area
This presentation is designed to illustrate how diverse partnerships benefit trail and greenway development and bring new connections and opportunities to diverse partners and organizations whose missions, while different, compliment one another.
This panel presentation describes the cooperative efforts of a trail mix of organization volunteers, contractors, and agencies, including the latest processes and techniques used in protecting and preserving the crown jewels of the National Trails System.
Case studies of what works, best practices and techniques of building the correct type of trails, and information regarding the creation and maintenance of sustainable trail systems.
This session will highlight design development of the Urban Arts Leg of the City of Jackson’s (MI) Riverwalk Trail on the Grand River, complemented by a survey of several recent National Park Service trail projects that integrate public art.
Successful water trails are the product of partnerships among a wide variety of public and private constituents.
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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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