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posted Feb 19, 2018
Repurposing historic, abandoned, and urban railroad corridors provides a triple bottom-line success story.
Refuges close to highly-populated areas provide the greatest opportunity to engage new and diverse audiences.
Learn how to collaborate with colleges and universities to support trail projects in local communities.
Learn strategies to build support for trails in agricultural settings, and design techniques to mitigate potential conflict between adjacent land uses.
Learn the step-by-step process for a full mechanical road-to-trail conversion from planning and outreach to design, construction, and working with volunteers.
Learn how to plan and develop a bike park in your community.
Carl Knoch with Rails-to-Trails Conservancy (RTC),
Tracy Hadden Loh with Rails-to-Trails Conservancy (RTC)
Tools to help communities make the real case for increased investment in trails, biking, and walking infrastructure.
What happens when things don’t go as planned?
Learn the historical and contemporary sources of grassroots opposition to rail trails and several principles for accommodating critics.
Robert Spurlock with Metro,
Elaine Stewart with Metro,
Emily Roth with Portland Park's and Recreation
Improving trails for both wildlife habitat and trail users’ experiences.
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The Land and Water Conservation Fund is credited as funding the Big Dry Creek Trail in Westminster, Colorado
The Cache la Poudre River Trail in Greeley, Colorado received funds from the Land and Water Conservation Fund and Colorado Lottery, both through the state trails program
A newer style of sign boldly proclaiming the Colorado Lottery funding source on Cherry Creek Trail in Denver, Colorado
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The Acorn Group
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