posted Feb 19, 2019
by Taylor Goodrich with American Trails
February is Black History Month, and a perfect time to shine a light on some well known, and some lesser known, ways in which African Americans have helped shape our nation's trail and park history.
posted Jan 12, 2019
The Statewide Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan (SCORP) serves as a guide for all public outdoor recreation in urban and rural neighborhoods, cities, and regions for a given state. Each state must prepare a SCORP every five years to be eligible for funding from the Land and Water Conservation Fund.
posted Dec 19, 2018
Are you worried about the future of our trails and public lands, but not sure what you can do? Calling your congressional delegation about trails issues is one of the most powerful things we can do as individuals.
posted Aug 22, 2018
Through this teaching guide, students learn to locate national scenic and historic trails that they can visit with their families. Students also carefully read the inspirational language of the National Trails System Act, which motivates them to explore public lands and highlights the crucial role of volunteers in trail maintenance.
posted Aug 2, 2018
The difference is usually ones of scale, significance, and administration responsibility and how they are designated.
posted Aug 1, 2018
Bringing new life to communities along a 200-year-old industrial corridor.