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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.
Learn about the evaluation, planning, and action needed to restore a nationally acclaimed trail due to heavy rains that triggered flooding, landslides, and severe damage to a 22-mile segment of a trail.
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.
Join us for a webinar on how we can all rethink trails as public spaces that are fully accessible and inclusive of older adults.
Learn about destination stewardship and how it has been a transformative model to improve quality of life attributes, enhance visitor experience, and safeguard a sense of place in outdoor communities and be introduced to the Mountain IDEAL program - an assessment and planning toolkit to help destinations elevate their stewardship and sustainability performance.
This webinar aims to address these challenges by focusing on effective construction techniques, recommended products, and best management practices for trail planning, construction, and maintenance.
This webinar will discuss the various types of materials used for paved, multi-use trails in the District of Columbia and lessons learned.
This webinar will discuss the Gwinnett Trails (Gwinnett County, Georgia) partnership with Children's Healthcare of Atlanta (CHOA) Strong4Life wayfinding and activation strategy to encourage and inspire children to build resilience, manage stress, and cope with challenges.
Discover how to leverage AccessNow’s innovative approach to assess spaces, empower individuals with disabilities to contribute, and effectively market the results through the mobile app, AccessNow.