Our Advancing Trails Webinar Series and our dynamic topics help fill the trails training void created by agency budget cuts and travel restrictions.
Trail training, workshops, and conferences on trail building, planning, management, land protection, organization development, leadership, tools, GIS data, parks, bike/ped facilities, nonmotorized transportation, funding, and stewardship.
The Career Pathways Portal is a centralized hub of career information. Emerging and established trails professionals can explore career development options, find learning opportunities and jobs. Click the infographics below or keep scrolling to learn more.
Trails and greenways employment, careers, and seasonal work for conservation corps, bicycle pedestrian advocacy, trail organizations, state parks, and federal agencies.
The symposium is the largest gathering of all trail interests— professionals, managers, and users who believe their combined voices are the best way to strengthen trails for everyone.
This five-part course discusses what it means for a trail to be sustainable. It describes the lifecycle of sustainable trails and includes lessons on hydrology, structures, tools, tread and alignment.
The Trail Skills Project serves as the workforce hub for the trails community providing connections to trails education, trail expertise, professional development, and job opportunities.
The Hulet Hornbeck Emerging Leaders Scholarship Program brings Emerging Leaders (young adults, age 21-28) to participate in the International Trails Symposium (ITS). Scholarship recipients will immerse themselves in learning the best practices and trends in the field to help pave the path to careers in natural resource management.
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