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published Aug 2022
American Trails Staff
Please welcome Cathy Corlett to the American Trails team! She joined us full-time in late July 2022 as the Director of Strategic Communications. She is also the new Trail Fund Program Director.
posted Aug 8, 2022
At over 18,000 miles, the U.S. Bicycle Route System (USBRS) is a developing national network of routes for long-distance bicycle travel. These routes are determined by state departments of transportation while AASHTO provides oversight and Adventure Cycling technical support.
Tools for Trails
Let’s talk about grubbing and raking tools! You might have heard the term grubbing before, but if you’re new to trail building, it may be unfamiliar. Grubbing is when you are removing earth and topsoil. Basically digging into the first while removing vegetation in the process. Trail builders may also call this process hogging.
posted Aug 5, 2022
As usual, you can expect great presentations, networking time and a lot of fun. These conferences bring together the best and brightest in the OHV community – including enthusiasts and land managers – and provide the perfect opportunity to gain and share insights on issues, hurdles and successes that have occurred since we last met in-person in Reno. For any who may attend for the first time, expect to learn a lot, meet a ton of great people, and to share your insights as well.
posted Aug 4, 2022
This webinar will discuss details on what is needed in order to create a trail foundation from the ground up and how to keep it successful.
posted Jul 29, 2022
Learn about what one parks, trails, and open space division accomplished in order to enhance Leave No Trace stewardship practices and address growing trail issues throughout their system.
posted Jul 25, 2022
Learn the steps to take to form a trail alliance in your own community, as well as what it takes to cultivate an existing one with tips for success.
posted Jul 19, 2022
The Trail Master Steward online course is intended to provide volunteers, trail organizations, and land managers both a foundational understanding of the values inherent in trail stewardship as well as introduce the basic skills required to be steward of our trail resources.
posted Jul 18, 2022
This webinar discusses the National Digital Trails project accomplishments, future steps, and provides a demonstration of the TRAILS tool.
published Jul 2022
Jeffrey Marion with U.S. Geological Survey
Trails research can help support trail management decision-making and funding by providing objective, quantitative information describing trail users, their numbers and demographics, preferences, and economic expenditures.
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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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