Trails Training Calendar

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.

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August 05, 2021

U.S. Access Board Webinar: Accessible Pedestrian Trails and Shared Use Paths

Online

Enjoying a hike, a bike ride, a walk, a run, or a roll along a scenic route is a healthy way to spend time. The next webinar in the U.S. Access Board's free monthly series will take place on August 5!

Categories: Webinar

August 18, 2021

Planning for All Ages and Abilities Through Inclusive and Virtual Walk Audits

Online

Walk audits are a common public engagement activity used in pedestrian planning, but often are not accessible to or inclusive of people with disabilities. People with disabilities are more likely to rely on walking for daily trips and may be more aware of and impacted by problems in the transportation network. Planning and street design processes benefit from incorporating the expertise of people with disabilities; when a street is accessible for people with disabilities, it is accessible for all people. The Inclusive Walk Audit Facilitator's Guide, developed by the Minnesota Department of Health and Alta Planning + Design, provides specific guidance and information on how to better include people with disabilities and to highlight disability in walk audits so that planning processes are more inclusive.

Categories: Webinar

August 19, 2021

Advancing Trails Webinar Series

Understanding National Water Trails: From Application to Designation

This webinar will dive in deeper on the process for trails to become designated National Water Trails, which are a subset of the National Recreation Trails.

Categories: Webinar, Advancing Trails Webinar
Aug 19


August 26, 2021

Advancing Trails Webinar Series

Introduction to Trail Management (Part 3 of 3)

One part of a three-part series on the Introduction to Trail Planning, Design and Development, and Management. PART THREE: In the Introduction to Trail Management we will discuss visitor and maintenance management.

Categories: Webinar, Advancing Trails Webinar
Aug 26

 

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September 02, 2021

Advancing Trails Webinar Series

The Value of Trail Assessments

Hosted in partnership with the National Off-Highway Vehicle Conservation Council, this webinar will cover not only the importance of conducting trail assessments but also how to turn those assessments into descriptive reports that facilitate trail improvements.

Categories: Webinar, Advancing Trails Webinar
Sep 02

September 28, 2021

Advancing Trails Webinar Series

Rails-with-Trails: Best Practices and Lessons Learned

Sponsored by Rhino Marking & Protection Systems. This webinar will discuss a new report from the U.S. Department of Transportation, Rails-with-Trails: Best Practices and Lessons Learned, that examines safety, design, and liability issues associated with the development of shared-use paths and other trails adjacent to active railroad and transit rights-of-way.

Categories: Webinar, Advancing Trails Webinar
Sep 28

 

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October 28, 2021

Advancing Trails Webinar Series

Trail Ambassador Programs: Tips, Tricks, and Best Practices

Best practices from some of the best trail ambassador programs across the nation, representing a variety of trail user types, to offer sage advice for starting programs for your trail.

Categories: Webinar, Advancing Trails Webinar
Oct 28


 

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November 17, 2021

Walking & Biking in Rural Communities: How Planning, Partnerships & Equity Play a Role

Online

This webinar will consist of three parts: 1.Best practices and lessons learned for implementing bike and ped facilities in rural cities, and the challenges faced when working with small communities (presented by Bolton & Menk) 2.Example of successful implementation through strong partner relationships and proper planning in the City of Le Sueur, a city of 4,000 people located between Mankato and the Twin Cities (presented by City of Le Sueur) 3.The Minnesota Department of Transportation's (MnDOT) efforts to prioritize planning and investment in pedestrian and bicyclist infrastructure within an equity and environmental justice context has led to its development of the SPACE (Suitability for Pedestrian And Cycling Environment) tool. We will give an overview of MnDOT's SPACE tool and how it is applied to equitably plan and construct pedestrian and bicycle facilities (presented by MnDOT).

Categories: Webinar