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posted Jun 11, 2019
Sam Demas with Hut2hut.info
A concise presentation of the roles hut systems can play in the educational and recreational opportunity spectrum of America.
posted Feb 19, 2018
Learn how two communities have used GPS/GIS technology to accurately depict locations along their trails in partnership with emergency services and learn alternative methods that can help trail users connect to first responders when resources are limited.
posted Apr 23, 2019
Trail Labs are intensive two-day workshops designed to catalyze the next generation of great places to ride mountain bikes.
This presentation will provide participants with a framework that integrates effective strategies for consensus building, planning, and design.
This session will focus on the big and innovative thinking necessary to retrofit an urban environment for a multi-use trail system.
David Loutzenheiser with Metropolitan Area Planning Council
Learn about how to evaluate an existing trail network to identify projects and opportunities to create a connected trail and greenway network in an urban area.
posted Jun 5, 2019
Yves Zsutty with City of San Jose - Parks, Recreation, and Neighborhood Services
In this presentation find out what worked and what didn't with San Jose, California's urban trail network.
published Sep 1, 2012
National Park Service
Every unit of the national park system is required to have a formal statement of its core mission that will provide basic guidance for all planning and management decisions—a foundation for planning and management. The development of a foundation document for the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail is necessary to effectively manage the park over the long term and protect park resources and values that are integral to the purpose and identity of the park unit.
posted Apr 28, 2020
Learn from industry experts, advocates, and practitioners about how to collect and apply trail count data, and how to leverage that data in order to achieve meaningful, tangible changes in your community.
Laura Brown with University of Connecticut,
Dylan Carey with Parks and Trails New York,
Jennifer Ceponis with Capital District Transportation Committee,
Emily Dozier with Dutchess County Transportation Council,
Kristina Kelly with Connecticut Trail Census,
James Stevens with ConsultEcon, Inc.
Presenters outline the techniques used and lessons learned from trail counts in New York and Connecticut.
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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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Nordic Manufacturing Ltd.
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