American Trails brings agencies, trail builders, planners, architects, advocates, and volunteers the latest in state-of-the-art information on all aspects of trails and greenways. Our webinars focus on a variety of trail topics, usually applicable to all trail types, with expert presenters. Webinar topics are chosen from current cutting-edge trail topics selected from attendee/presenter suggestions as well as recent popular conference sessions.
Learn how to practice, promote, and share the Trails Safe Passing Plan (TSPP) of Stop! Speak and Stand Back and how this safety action plan can be used on your websites, offered to trail user groups during meetings, delivered to land management teams for public safety announcements and used at trailheads and kiosks.
Overview of a recently developed wheelchair-friendly filter showcasing how it was made, lessons learned, and how it serves their community of hikers.
This webinar will examine real-world count data that illustrates this increased use of trails and parks and discuss the logistics and best practices behind building robust count programs at multiple scales.
The webinar emphasizes learning about the trail and to determine what needs to be communicated, and where information is best posted.
This webinar will explain the important role that a pack goat can play in your next trail adventure, including how to train and properly saddle and load a goat.
Learn more about the Trail Skills Project that serves as the workforce hub for the trails community providing connections to trails education, trail expertise, professional development, and job opportunities.
Join us for a webinar on how we can all rethink trails as public spaces that are fully accessible and inclusive of older adults.
This webinar will look at ways to expand the universe of trail visitors, considering planning, design, and messaging and discuss how welcoming more groups can build a stronger base of support by engaging a more diverse constituency of trails enthusiasts.
An American Trails webinar typically lasts between 60 to 90 minutes, with around 10-30 minutes for Q&A at the end. All webinars are recorded, offer free learning credits, offer real-time closed captioning in English (other languages available upon request), and attendees are sent a link to the recording, closed caption transcript, and resources slide within 2 days post-webinar (or immediately for archived webinars).
All webinars are recorded and a link to recordings will be emailed to all attendees within 2 days following the webinar. If you missed a live webinar, you can access all of our webinars in our online store.
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Two options available: $250 partner (unlimited available per webinar) or $3,000 sponsor (one available per webinar).
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Candace Gallagher, Webinar Coordinator
Email: [email protected]
Phone: (530) 605-4395
We offer multi-lingual closed captioning in over 100 languages for our webinars, thanks to a partnership with VZP Digital. English closed captioning is included complimentary for all webinars. If you need an additional language please email us prior to the webinar. An unedited transcript will be sent to all attendees following each webinar.
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. Unless specific situations are noted by presenters, nothing in American Trails webinars should be considered to be interpreted as a standard.
By registering for our webinars, you submit your information to the webinar organizer and associated presenters and sponsors, who may use it to communicate with you regarding this event and their other services. You can easily cancel your registration at any time.