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posted Jul 5, 2022

Managing High-Use Trails: Why Trail Stewards are a Necessity in Creating Safe, Sustainable Trails

by Hank Osborn with New York - New Jersey Trail Conference

Learn how trail steward and trail-building programs have worked to make the public better informed and more responsible trail users while protecting the resource.


posted Jul 5, 2022

Managing International Trail Destinations

Similarities of international trails.


posted Jul 5, 2022

Managing Successful Hybrid and Design-Build Projects

Non-traditional hybrid contracting concepts bring equipment and volunteers together.


Feb 20, 2014

Managing Trail User Conflict

This webinar introduce a variety of innovative approaches to resolving trail user conflicts and to review some of these management techniques. We will also look at the obligations land managers and trail users have to help resolve trail conflicts.


published Oct 2014

Massachusetts Trails Guidelines and Best Practices Manual

by Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation

The health and happiness of people across Massachusetts depend on the accessibility and quality of our green infrastructure - our natural resources, recreational facilities, and great historic landscapes.


posted Jul 5, 2022

Maximizing Your Trail Budget Through Competitive Bidding

by Tony Boone with Timberline TrailCraft, Zachi Anderson

This session discusses how, what, where, when, and why to put your trail projects out to bid.


posted Jul 5, 2022

Meeting at the Refuge

Refuges close to highly-populated areas provide the greatest opportunity to engage new and diverse audiences.


posted Jul 5, 2022

MEGA Events (2015)

How can you put a charge into that 15-person weekend trail-build and pump it up to 150 or more smiling and eager volunteers?


posted Jul 5, 2022

MEGA Events (2017)

A MEGA event is a trail build on steroids.


published Jun 2020

Merced River Trail Community Benefits Study

by Headwaters Economics

The purpose of this report is to describe the economic, quality of life, public health, and other benefits that Mariposa County and its residents are likely to enjoy from the Merced River Trail based on research and experiences of communities with similar projects.


published Jun 2011

Merrymeeting Trail Feasibility Study

by Vanasse Hangen Brustlin, Inc.

This feasibility study examined the development of a multi-use rail with trail along the State-owned railroad, as well as a number of alternate routes. This study does not recommend specific routes, but highlights the possibilities for further consideration by the involved individuals and communities.


published Feb 2016

Methodology for Linking Greenways and Trails with Public Transportation in Florida

by Center for Urban Transportation Research

The purpose of this research was to provide a methodology to evaluate how intermodal connections between public transportation and public trails can improve livability in Florida communities.