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posted Jan 21, 2022
Learn from federal land managers working in Oregon about how different kinds of federal funding can be utilized by agencies and partners for trail restoration, improvement, development, and access.
Learn about trails funding and assistance opportunities available through Oregon Parks and Recreation Department, Oregon Department of Transportation, Oregon State Marine Board, and Travel Oregon.
The RTCA program is here to help with planning, design, and technical expertise. Learn about the 2022 application process.
posted Dec 17, 2021
Current research and perspectives of professional therapists, as well as information on organizations devoted to healing veterans in the outdoors.
posted Dec 16, 2021
In this session you’ll learn about the on the ground reality of getting places, neighborhoods, and communities to “YES” on the idea of a trail. AND you’ll learn the conversations and experiences of house sales near to rail trails.
This webinar will introduce the Connecting Across the Continent Report, demonstrating how the CDT and the National Trails System can provide a path forward for reaching aspirational conservation goals like protecting 30% of lands and water by 2030, strengthening consultation with and increasing equity for underserved communities, and elevating locally-led climate solutions.
Learn the ins and outs of planning for an event for your trail to keep things running smoothly before, during, and after.
posted Dec 15, 2021
Organizations from along the Appalachian Trail share stories of their success from fruitful partnerships.
posted Dec 6, 2021
Join us at the Gideon Putnam Resort and Spa for our 2022 Annual Conference and Expo. The Gideon Putnam, located in beautiful Saratoga Spa State Park, is host to museums, championship golf courses, hiking trails, and natural springs, and truly exemplifies being "In the Heart of the Park."
posted Dec 1, 2021
Celebrating its 25th year, Hike the Hill® is a joint effort between American Hiking Society and Partnership for the National Trails System to bring together the trails community to advance shared trail priorities with congressional and federal agency leaders including: trails funding, public lands management, and conservation, equitable access, and other top priority issues that sustain trails and improve access to public lands.
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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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