published May 24, 2021
by Jamie Stone with Outdoorish
Hiking is widely recognized as one of the healthiest hobbies anyone can have, and for a good reason too. When we break it down to plain physics, walking activates most muscle groups, which not only keeps us in shape but also conditions us to become more resilient to all bodily ailments and harms.
published May 19, 2021
Information on apps that can be used for trail management that would be suitable for volunteer-type organizations.
published May 18, 2021
This new products proposes infrastructural necessities of public art be decoupled from the work, and instead be a part of the Active Transportation landscape. This manifests in flexible, reusable, foundational footings designed with temporary and permanent public art opportunities in mind.
published Apr 20, 2021
San Jose is developing a 100 mile trail network! View the handout!
published Mar 15, 2021
The National Crosscut and Chainsaw Program was created to train smart volunteer and professional sawyers across the nation.
published Jan 8, 2021
by Don Meeker with Terrabilt Wayfinding Systems
Don Meeker, president of Terrabilt, reflects on trails as a critical sanctuary during COVID-19, and provides guidance on signage to keep everyone on trails safe. Terrabilt will also provide the production artwork for their COVID-19 trail sign for free.
published Nov 13, 2020
by Philip Kresge with National Ready Mixed Concrete Association
If a hard surface recreational trail is in your future, you owe it to yourself to look at the benefits of cost, construction and long term reduced maintenance that can only come with a trail paved with concrete. (This article is sponsored content.)