Introduction to Trail Maintenance Management Planning

Part 1 of 3

If you already have a Trail Maintenance Management Plan this webinar will present some ideas on how you might improve it. If you are considering developing a one, you will get information to consider so you can make good decisions about how you might best move forward with the development of your plan.

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September 25, 2013

10:30 AM to 00:00 AM (Pacific Time) {more time zones}

11:30 AM to 01:00 AM (Mountain Time)
12:30 PM to 02:00 AM (Central Time)
01:30 PM to 03:00 AM (Eastern Time)

Cost (RECORDING):

$19 for members (Trail Professional level or higher)
$39 for nonmembers

Learning Credit Cost:

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    Closed Captioning is available for this webinar.
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    Webinar Outline


    If you already have a Trail Maintenance Management Plan this webinar will present some ideas on how you might improve it. If you are considering developing a one, you will get information to consider so you can make good decisions about how you might best move forward with the development of your plan.

    Millions of dollars annually are devoted to trail development across the country. Fundamental to the sustainability of this investment in a trail system is a Trail Maintenance Management Program. Participants in this workshop will be provided with an introduction of the process to create a Trail Maintenance Management Plan that will include: Establishing Management Objectives, Creating a Trail Inventory, Managing Information, and Program Implementation Considerations.

    • Part 1 of 3 in this series took place on September 25: “Introduction to Trail Maintenance Management Planning” (This webinar)


    Presenter


    Kim Frederick, Owner, Chinook Associates LLC

    Kim Frederick created Chinook Associates LLC in 1990. It is a consulting company established to provide all aspects of recreational trail systems working closely with government, community and volunteer leaders. Included among Chinook’s many successes are: Creation and delivery of trail development, design and management workshops throughout the United States, Italy, Lebanon and Mexico, and the analysis of existing trail systems and creation of management plans to implement corrective measures.

    Kim is a talented and accomplished Trails Program Manager with over 35 years of experience in developing partnerships, teaching, directing staff, and managing projects. As the Trails Services Supervisor for Jefferson County Open Space (Colorado) he manages a professional staff, youth corps, and volunteers in the development and management of over 225 miles of trail. This multi-use trail system connects urban areas with foothills parks and experiences over 2 million visitors annually.

    The Mission of the Colorado Outdoor Training Initiative (COTI) was to provide conservation leadership and land stewardship skills training to agencies and organizations. As a founding member and Board Chairperson for COTI, Kim provided the leadership for the successful partnership of over 40 Federal, State, and local agencies, and other groups. This partnership has resulted in well-trained crew leaders and individuals, who maintained high quality standards, were extremely productive, increased their effectiveness as employees, and provided an excellent volunteer experience.

    Contact: [email protected]

     


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    Disclaimer

    While we may individually agree (or disagree) in whole or in part with any or all of the participants, the views expressed in these webinars are not necessarily representative of the views of American Trails as an organization or its board and staff.


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