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This webinar addresses the critical need for cyclical assessment and repair of a multi-use trail system to keep up with the usage and level of service demands from the public with a limited budget.
This webinar will demonstrate ecotherapy ideas for attendees to implement in their own communities, on their own trails, and at different scales, and also show the importance of collaboration for community health.
A decade after initial publication, The Third Mode author will provide an update to discuss recent accomplishments that tie into the central concept of “the third mode” including his co-founding of Citi Bike, building the Empire State Trail, and recently developing re:Charge-e for e-bikes/scooters.
This webinar will discuss best practices to reduce risk to your trail crew, company, agency, or organization during trail construction activities.
This webinar addresses recent advancements in technology incorporated into bicycles, scooters, skateboards, and wheelchairs.
Learn how one trail organization has been engaging indigenous communities in the interpretation of trails and public lands to help all visitors connect on a deeper level.
This webinar will review several common approaches and technologies for trail planning and design projects and provide attendees with real world examples.
The presentation will show how the system revolutionizes the management of trails to allow inputs from IOT devices, volunteer trail crews, and citizen science applications.
This webinar will discuss the challenges of legacy trails, examine with photos and commentary commonly built trail features, and applying the SET test to them. It will also discuss the renovation of existing features and the construction of new trail features that comply with the SET criteria.
This webinar will walk through the typical processes, jurisdictions, timelines, and documentation needed to get a conceptual trail project through approval and implementation.
This webinar will help you discover new and innovative ways to talk about diversity through both head and heart-centered lenses and measure success through qualitative and quantitative data.
Learn more about The Trail Research Hub that aims to grow trail-based research and evidence-based practice to support the professionalization of the Canadian trails sector.