Winners of the National Trails Awards! Read all the details and see photos of trail workers, advocates, and leaders how were recognized at the National Trails Symposium in Little Rock .
are working to enhance and protect
America's growing network of interconnected
trails. We support local, regional,
and long-distance greenways and trails,
whether in backcountry, rural, or
urban areas. Our goal is to support
America's trails by finding common
ground and promoting cooperation among
all trail interests.
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Symposium Opening Keynote Luncheon— Trails: Prescription for Better Health
Download the Powerpoint presentation from Dr. Richard Jackson's talk (.ppt file, 18.3MB).
Report Measures Wildlife Watching’s Contribution to Nation’s Economy
Increasing Physical Activity through Community Design "Dangerous trails of Duluth:"
Accessible trail evaluation and repair in Duluth, MN
Trail horse users: a perspective on progress, by Gene Wood
Trail users and land managers unite for sustainable equestrian trails
Citizens’ campaign promotes trail funding bill in Arkansas
Mountain bikes and metropolitan park districts: issues and trends in trail management
Impact of the Little Miami Scenic Trail on Single Family Residential Property Values
Notes on using Bedford's recycled plastic lumber for boardwalks
Managing volunteers: developing and implementing an effective program
The impact of aging populations on outdoor recreation by Ken Harris
"Flow" experience among Appalachian Trail thru-hikers
Assessment of Trails, Watercourses, Soils, and Redwood Forest Health, Joaquin Miller Park, CA
Nebraska Rural Trails: Three Studies of Trail Impact
Use of existing multi-use trails in New England
Multi-use trails: Truly multi use on the Lansing River Trail
Research on Recreation Trails and Trail Users: A Literature Review for The President’s Commission On Americans Outdoors
The Business of Trails: a compilation of economic benefits Mike Passo's opinion on "
Why water trails are better than land trails"
Just don't tell me no: managing OHV recreational use on national forests
Linking research, legal mandates, and public input to update Michigan's OHV plan Building Trails, Protecting Resources:
MA Environmental permitting and regulations
articles, studies, and resources
Thanks to the 550 + people who joined
us at the National Trails Symposium in Little Rock