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This webinar will outline the exciting trails funding opportunity and is intended to help members of the trail community to understand if this funding program is right for their needs.
Everyone deserves a choice as to what adventure means to them. This webinar will delve into the presenter’s ideas for giving access to people of all abilities through various types of barrier removal to additions that can be made to signage, trails, and other features of outdoor spaces.
What can we learn from near-misses on trail, and in trail work?
Join us for this unique Town Hall to discuss the opportunities that now exist for small and mid-size trail organizations to find affordable and appropriate trail-specific insurance.
Discover the benefits to designating your trail(s) as an NWT, the history of the National Recreation Trails (NRT) program and its subset National Water Trails, the process for trails to become NWTs, and more.
Overview of a recently developed wheelchair-friendly filter showcasing how it was made, lessons learned, and how it serves their community of hikers.
The webinar will describe the highly successful "Slow & Say Hello" trail safety and resource protection program. They will share what they have learned over 10 years, and what works and what doesn't in modifying behavior among different user groups.
Discover the benefits to designating your trail(s) as an NRT, the history of the National Recreation Trails (NRT) program, the process for trails to become NRTs, and more.
This webinar will detail the journey of the SWOT Project to connect Wyoming communities with motorized trails.
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.
The webinar emphasizes learning about the trail and to determine what needs to be communicated, and where information is best posted.
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.