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posted Jul 7, 2022

Collective Impact

Want your trail to connect to the next town? The next county? How about the next state?


posted Jul 7, 2022

Understanding (and Overcoming) Opposition to Rail Trails

Learn the historical and contemporary sources of grassroots opposition to rail trails and several principles for accommodating critics.


posted Jul 7, 2022

Bicycle Tourism

Learn how to be successful in your bicycle tourism initiatives.


posted Jul 7, 2022

Engaging the Next Generation of Trail Leaders Today

by Jeff Parker with Northwest Youth Corps, Gabe Perkins with Inland Woods + Trails, Steve Buchtel

The presentation will include case studies of an established corps program.


posted Jul 7, 2022

Thinking Beyond Borders

This presentation chronicles the growth of the International Appalachian Trail.


posted Jul 7, 2022

The Path Forward

Columbia, Maryland's 94 mile pathway network.


posted Jul 7, 2022

Telling a Better Story

by Jennifer Rigby with The Acorn Group, Inc., Kristin Lundstrom with City of Boise Parks and Recreation, Erica Fielder with Erica Fielder Studio

Focuses on strategies for captivating your trail audience with provocative, well designed interpretive panels.


posted Jul 7, 2022

The Business of Trails (Canada)

This session will provide case studies of five Canadian trails from across the country.


posted Jul 7, 2022

Rails-With-Trails

Safety records from trails across the country


posted Jul 7, 2022

Linking the Landscape

by Laura Belleville with Appalachian Trail Conservancy, Staci Williams with American Rivers

American Rivers discusses protecting riverside land through the creation of Blue Trails, the water equivalent to hiking trails, and messaging strategies developed as part of the Waccamaw River Blue Trail.


posted Jul 7, 2022

Trails Inventory with GPS

Explore multiple uses for GIS data beyond simple mapmaking and inventory.


posted Jul 7, 2022

Vernacu-What? Culture, Heritage and the Natural Environment as Building Blocks for Trail Design

Drawing from dry-laid rock fences, a significant equine heritage, and one of the oldest urban growth boundaries in the nation, Legacy Trail spans the gamut of landscapes.