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posted Nov 1, 2023

Catching Up with Chuck Flink

by Cathy Corlett

A discussion on greenways and trails with landscape architect Chuck Flink, author of The Greenway Imperative and the original chair of American Trails


posted Oct 24, 2023

Crown Zellerbach Trail, Oregon

The Crown Zellerbach Trail (Crown Z) is a former logging trail through rural areas of Columbia County that connects to the Banks-Vernonia State Trail in Vernonia.


posted Oct 2, 2023

Apply for The Legacy Trails Program

Interested in Applying for Funding from The Legacy Trails Grant Program?


posted Sep 27, 2023

Bob Walker: Career Pathways Profile

A career profile of Bob Walker, representing a typical career in the trails world.


posted Sep 26, 2023

Safe Routes to Parks

by National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA)

Adults living within a half mile of a park visit parks and exercise more often, but according to the 2014 State Indicator Report on Physical Activity, less than 38 percent of the U.S. population lives within a half mile of a park.


posted Sep 25, 2023

Robert Spurlock: Career Pathways Profile

A career profile of Robert Spurlock, representing a typical career in the trails world.


posted Sep 25, 2023

Mikaela Randolph: Career Pathways Profile

A career profile of Mikaela Randolph, representing a typical career in the trails world.


posted Sep 20, 2023

Jennifer Rigby: Career Pathways Profile

A career profile of Jennifer Ridby, representing a typical career in the trails world.


posted Sep 15, 2023

Razorback Greenway, Northwest Arkansas

The Razorback Greenway consists of 40 miles of shared-use paved trails connecting seven communities throughout the Northwest Arkansas region and providing access to world-class art museums, multiple downtown entertainment districts, parks, and classic Ozark Mountain scenery.


posted Sep 14, 2023

Beyond Greenways: The Next Step for City Trails and Walking Routes

by Jim Schmid

Jim Schmid reviews Robert Searns' new book "Beyond Greenways: The Next Step for City Trails and Walking Routes"


posted Sep 10, 2023

Why Trails Matter: Outdoor Learning

by American Trails Staff

Getting outside can help you learn, and trails play a critical role in accessing natural places and learning to love them.


posted Aug 31, 2023

International Trails Summit

Every two years American Trails sponsors the International Trails Summit (formerly Symposium) to bring together trail and greenway advocates, managers, planners, and users, as well as tourism and business interests.