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.


Upcoming Webinars


Jun 20

The Trail Partnership Research Project

June 20, 2024

This webinar reviews the findings from a study with the Forest Service and National Park Service discussing the factors that make partnerships more or less successful and provides recommendations to improve current and future partnerships.

Jun 27

National Trails Legislative Update 2024

June 27, 2024

Review the status of current legislation that impacts the trails community and our work and learn how you can help advocate for funding and policies that will have positive impacts on our trails.

Jul 11

Using Ribbon Cutting Ceremonies and Other Events to Build Congressional Support for Trails and RTP

July 11, 2024

Learn how to host trail ribbon cutting ceremonies and other events to attract support for trails from decision makers - including Members of Congress.

Jul 18

Grants for Trails: Finding, Applying, and Managing

July 18, 2024

Introduction to grant funding for trails: how to find, apply for, and manage grants.

Jul 25

Indigenous Placemaking Along Trails

July 25, 2024

Learn how indigenous operators have used trails to showcase traditional cultural experiences, ancient canoe routes, traditional culinary experiences, indigenous storytelling, along with many more.

Sep 26

Assessing and Advancing Belonging: Overcoming Roadblocks to Inclusion

September 26, 2024

This interactive workshop provides a framework for honestly evaluating your organization's or community's stage of inclusion.

Oct 24

Making Organizations Inclusive: Stories of Deaf Gain in the Outdoors

October 24, 2024

This webinar will provide you with some of the needed tools, understanding, and resources of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing so that you can be more inclusive, respectful, and successful.

 

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).


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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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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. Unless specific situations are noted by presenters, nothing in American Trails webinars should be considered to be interpreted as a standard.

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