The presentation will focus on the Arizona State Parks OHV Ambassador Program.
Speakers: Chris Gammage, OHV Ambassador Program Coordinator, BLM; Marge Dwyer, OHV Ambassador Program Administrator
The purpose of the presentation is to provide participants with an overview and present results and tools to leverage land management staff resources by using volunteers to assist with motorized recreation issues- a case study in managing volunteers. The presentation will focus on the Arizona State Parks OHV Ambassador Program, a trained group of volunteers who inform the public about where to ride, how to ride safely, what rules and regulations must be followed, and who assists resource agencies to monitor and maintain trails. Participants will receive and review the Ambassador Program Handbook, sample agreements, and examine procedural tools used in planning, organizing, managing, and implementing projects. During a portion of the session, participants will work on next steps in forming a partnership with volunteers to meet mutual goals.
This paper outlines ways to achieve two key goals: First, to create career paths for young people; and secondly, to improve the U.S.’ ability to counter, and adapt to climate change, especially in communities that have suffered from environmental injustices.
This updated Rails-with-Trails: Lessons Learned report documents how the state of the practice, perspectives, and context for rails-with-trails have evolved since 2002 and includes updated effective practices.
The Beerline Trail Neighborhood Development Project was created to ensure the next phases of trail development serve the needs of the community.
Understanding Federal Funding for Natural Surface Trails