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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.
This webinar will explore ways to empower and activate trail users on your local trails.
This webinar will explain the importance of integrating trails into a region's tourism network and highlight the Outdooractive platform & technology as one powerful tool to accomplish this.
Learn about the California Missions Trail, an 800-mile itinerary with visions of becoming an American version of the Camino De Santiago.
Learn about the World Trails Film Festival’s unique program approach to organizing their advocacy film festival and how community screening events can benefit host organizations.
In this webinar, PEC coworkers and co-creators of the Circuit Trails Gap Analysis will provide an introduction to the genesis, development, and implementation of the Gap Analysis, including a look at their online mapping portal and recent real-world case studies.
In this webinar, we'll explore creative ways to build community and connect with people in your area who share your love of being outside during National Trails Day® on June 3, 2023.
This presentation summarizes how the Trail Vision platform digitizes trail management— utilizing technology to collect, analyze, and visualize critical trail information, to make better, more informed decisions.
An overview of the methodology and results of the Continental Divide Trail Coalition’s (CDTC) 2022 Small Business Survey as well as CDTC’s Colorado Economic Impact Report released.
Learn how to best leverage your limited time to focus on promotional tactics that help you reach your goals.
This webinar will discuss successful tactics and strategies to engage lawmakers in securing public funding and innovative policy initiatives that support the development of trail networks in leading communities.
At nearly 19,000 miles and growing, learn about what the USBRS is and how you can be part of its growth.