Ice Age Trail Alliance hosts the Mobile Skills Crew, a group of highly trained volunteers whose mission is to educate and empower other volunteers in trail work, structures (bridges, retaining walls, etc.), and leadership development.
National Association of State Trail Administrators is a professional organization of program managers for trails and greenway funding and planning in all 50 states. States meet annually for training on Recreational Trails Program administration, trail development, accessibility, and other issues.
National Center on Accessibility provides training courses and distance learning programs on many aspects of accessibility, including parks and recreation facilities and programs.
Trails Unlimited provides Consulting, Construction and Maintenance services, as well as Training as a formal lecture/hands-on lab course or on-the-job during a planned project
The Missoula Technology and Development Center of the USDA Forest Service develops products and information for the public to improve trail construction and maintenance
Chinook Associates LLC - Kim Frederick provides a wide variety of training for youth as well as professionals through webinars, state park agencies, and locally-sponsored workshops
Off Road Consulting and Driving Instruction - Teaching safe and smart trail riding on legal/designated trails. Preserving nature and the environment is a key component in our training classes. The trainer, Kyle Buchter, is a certified trainer for the International Four Wheel Drive Trainer's Association and a certified Master Tread Lightly trainer.
PENN TRAILS LLC provides specific curriculum, materials and instructors needed to teach understanding of contemporary natural-surface trail planning, technology, rehabilitation and conservation practices.