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posted Jun 11, 2019
Casey Holzworth with NYS Parks & Recreation Historic Preservation,
Jeff Moss with Thatcher Climbing Coalition
Still a work in progress, partnerships gives climbers access to a new trail system while preserving safety, cultural resources, and protected rare plants, animals, and habitat.
Emmalee Dolfi with The Trust for Public Land
Using the power of GIS mapping to strategically target development of recreation access and new land protection opportunities to address gap areas.
Hank Osborn with New York - New Jersey Trail Conference
Learn how trail steward and trail-building programs have worked to make the public better informed and more responsible trail users while protecting the resource.
Butch Bernhardt with Western Wood Preservers Institute
Wood is sustainable and renewable. We can extend the life of wood far beyond the time it takes to grow a new tree.
posted Jun 9, 2019
In this Trail Talk new methods of mobile electronic data collection help streamline assessments for Tennessee State Parks.
posted Jun 5, 2019
Willie Bittner with Great Lakes Trailbuilders, LLC,
Lauren Edwards-Johnson with The Corps Network,
Brenna Kelly with Conservation Legacy
Engaging youth and veterans in trail projects.
posted Jun 4, 2019
Chris Morris with New York State Parks, Recreation & Historic Preservation,
Hank Osborn with New York - New Jersey Trail Conference,
Sara Hart with New York State Parks, Recreation & Historic Preservation
This presentation will showcase elements of a comprehensive planning effort underway, and will focus on specific management actions including data collection, trail stewardship, maintenance, and a Leave No Trace hot spot event.
Jared Fijalkowski with Volpe National Transportation Systems Center,
Eli Griffen with Rails-to-Trails Conservancy (RTC)
This session demonstrates how communities can develop Rails-with-Trails that facilitate both rail and active transportation.
Ryan Branciforte with OuterSpatial,
Mark DeCracker with Trail Works, Inc,
Jeremy Wimpey with Applied Trails Research,
Thomas Dunne with OnCell
By incorporating mobile technology both Trailhead Labs and OnCell hope to expand our community's curiosity and sense of adventure.
posted Jun 3, 2019
Alister "Al" Clark with City of Hobart, Tasmania,
Lindsay Ashlin with City of Hobart, Tasmania
The City of Hobart has been rejuvenating the historic Organ Pipes and Pinnacle Tracks on Mount Wellington in Tasmania.
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Sign direction trail users down dead-end street to continuation of trail in La Conner, Washington
Both motorized and nonmotorized trail activities are allowed on this Ashland, Wisconsin trail. Trail is used for both winter and summer activities.
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R.J. Thomas Mfg. Company
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