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posted Jun 10, 2022
Learn about the benefits to designating your trail(s) as a National Recreation Trail (NRT), the history of NRTs, the process for trails to become NRTs, and more.
This webinar will discuss successful tactics and strategies employed by trail programs across the country to engage lawmakers in securing public funding and innovative policy initiatives that support the development of trail networks in leading communities.
posted Jun 9, 2022
Using anonymized mobility data via location intelligence technologies to look at park and trail usage.
posted Jun 3, 2022
Common grassroots methodologies for building community support for trails.
posted May 26, 2022
The World Trails Conference is a global gathering of trail experts, trail managers, builders, trail destinations, enthusiasts, and academics, who meet every two years to share knowledge, network, and ensure the benefits trails offer society continue to be sustainable and supported around the world.
posted May 18, 2022
This webinar will provide some basic information on trails in federally-designated Wilderness, examples of practical experiences, and resources to learn more.
This webinar will examine a study’s methodology and findings including trail residents’ needs, interests, and apprehensions in their daily lives, and how that connects to their awareness, impressions, and experiences with nearby trails and outdoor public spaces.
posted May 11, 2022
The "Slow & Say Hello" program engages park visitors at popular trailheads to promote trail safety and resource protection.
posted May 6, 2022
The SHIFT Summit is a national gathering of land managers, researchers, funders, educators, retailers, and conservationists, along with outdoor recreation, health, military, and nature therapy professionals who share experiences, evidence, and ideas for better linking of both humans and nature. The Summit is based on sound science combined with experiential, health, stewardship, and land management aspects to balance equitable reciprocity and access to the places, flora, and fauna that we all need to exist and thrive.
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.
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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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