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posted Jul 6, 2022

Motivating and Inspiring the Next Generation of Land Stewards

Join us in learning more about how the next generation plays a vital role in land stewardship, greenway development, and trail building.


published May 2007

Capital Crescent Trail-Georgetown Branch Trail Survey Report

This survey was conducted to obtain information on the amount and type of use of this popular trail.


posted Jul 6, 2022

Grade-Separated Trails Crossings

Key presentation elements will include a list of factors that trail planners and designers should consider.


posted Jul 6, 2022

Metrics, Data, and Counting, Oh My!

Tools for helping to identify opportunity, map a course of action, and quantify the benefits of walking, biking and trail development.


published Apr 2003

South Carolina Trails Survey

The purpose of this study was to provide an extensive description of the use of trails in South Carolina.


posted Jul 6, 2022

Rails With Trails

This presentations discusses unique opportunities for trail development along the right of way adjacent to railroad tracks.


posted Jul 6, 2022

Bicycle Tourism

Learn how to be successful in your bicycle tourism initiatives.


posted Jul 6, 2022

Creating Trails Databases Using GIS Technologies

by Robert Spurlock with Metro Regional Government, Max Woodbury with Metro Regional Government, Jenny Konwinski, Reid Ammann

The task of developing GIS databases.


posted Jul 6, 2022

Beyond Park Boundaries

Benefits of connecting communities with parks and public lands.


published Jul 2012

National Scenic and Historic Trail Administration

by Bureau of Land Management

This manual provides the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) policy and program guidance on administering congressionally designated National Trails as assigned by the Department of the Interior within the National Landscape Conservation System (NLCS) and this manual describes the BLM’s roles, responsibilities, agency interrelationships, and policy requirements for National Trail Administrators


published Sep 2012

Access Near Aquatic Trails


published Jun 2000

Ridge to River Trail System Users Survey

Why a survey? Know your customer. This adage applies to both the public and private sectors. By better understanding the trail user: where they live; how they get to the trails; how they use the trails; what they enjoy; and their general level of satisfaction; we can better allocate scarce resources.