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posted Feb 19, 2018
Come learn how water trails are connecting people to waterways as practitioners describe their successful programs of developing and managing extensive water trails.
Key presentation elements will include a list of factors that trail planners and designers should consider.
Join this session to learn how to build a public/private trail network that turns homes into trailheads.
Rita Hennessy with National Park Service,
Janis Brannon with Summit Charter School
This session will look at professional development as a means of reaching out to communities and engaging youth in trail activities.
This session endeavors to describe multiple projects that are currently bucking this trend- restoring natural systems, providing high quality recreation, and inviting communities back into the woods.
These two stories provide valuable lessons in multiple user groups working together, multiple agencies cooperating, and users and agencies teaming for success.
Learn how a New York study of road and trail intersections generated policy and design recommendations and a public education campaign for trail users and motorists.
J. Scott Groenier, PE with USDA Forest Service,
Chip Young with Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission
Today’s techno-savvy trail users expect to be able to plan and preview their trail experience with accurate GPS and GIS data viewed in programs like Google Earth.
Christopher Douwes with Federal Highway Administration,
Ginny Sullivan with Adventure Cycling Association
Learn how the corridor-level plan was developed in partnership with the non-profit AASHTO and join Adventure Cycling and others in promoting state adoption of an interstate route system for bikes.
This interactive presentation will discuss the importance of creating a strong coalition of diverse stakeholders and identify strategies to effectively engage them.
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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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