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May 24 Webinar: The International Trails Movement
This webinar will be presented by a panel of internationally based trails experts in five different countries and will provide an introduction to how trails are benefiting and reshaping landscapes across the planet.
We will offer complimentary closed captioning for this webinar in the following languages: English, Greek, Korean, and Portuguese. If you require a specific language, please email us 48 hours in advance of the webinar. Learn more about our closed caption services here .
Last Chance to Save 25% on Exhibit Space at ITS 2019
We have lower sponsorship levels if you want to help support the Symposium but are not able to attend or have an exhibit booth, as well as higher sponsorship levels that provide more promotion and recognition for your business or organization. We offer custom benefit packages that will fit your organizational needs that include sponsoring an event(s) or Symposium item(s). View the sponsorship benefits grid for…
April 2018 Trail Tracks eNewsletter by American Trails
Can you complete the 30 Miles for 30 Years Challenge
2018 is not only the 50th anniversary of the Trails Act, it also marks the 30th year American Trails has been a force for action in the trails world! To celebrate we are challenging you to explore 30 miles of our nations trails. Accept this challenge and create your own supporter page to share with your family and friends. You can use your page to raise money, track your journey, and post updates…
April 26 Webinar: Accessibility of Trails and Outdoor Recreation
Thanks to a new partnership with VZP Digital , we offer complimentary closed captioning for this webinar. If you are in need of this service, please email us prior to the webinar. An unedited transcript will be sent to all attendees following the webinar.
April 12 Webinar: Creating Accessible Trails with Universally Designed Interpretation
This webinar will provide an overview of Mass Audubon's All Persons Hiking Trails. Statewide, Mass Audubon has developed and now operate several accessible trail segments, with a dozen of them offering universally-designed interpretation. Their twelve All Persons Trails, located at urban, suburban, and rural wildlife sanctuaries throughout Massachusetts, invite visitors of all abilities to experience different woodland, meadow, and wetland habitats, while traveling on various trail…
February 2018 Trail Tracks eNewsletter by American Trails
Call for presentations for American Trails' 2019 International Trails Symposium
American Trails is calling for presentation proposals from you for our 2019 International Trails Symposium (ITS)! The ITS is the premier opportunity for greenways and trails advocates, managers, planners, builders, and users, as well as environmental, tourism, development, and business interests, to come together to strengthen America’s remarkable network of trails! What topics do you believe…
More Caprock Canyons
Some pictures from my final afternoon at Caprock Canyons State Park Texas. This is a continuation of my earlier blogs Day 1 and Day 2. As it got late in the day and the afternoon shadows began to g…
Upcoming National Recreation Trail (NRT) Deadlines
Nominations are due November 1
Is your trail a good candidate for National Recreation Trail (NRT) designation? NRTs receive national recognition and are included in the online database managed by American Trails. The NRT program showcases the diversity of trails across America, from cities and suburbs to deserts, waterways, and high mountains
Enter the photo contest
December 15 is the deadline to enter your photos in…
Update from American Trails
David Brooks of the Concord Monitor looks at the rugged trails of New England and asks whether they are "a disgrace" or a robust tradition. He compiles opinions from trail experts around the country in his recent article. Read more and see photos
Taking care of trails keeps the natural world accessible
To honor National Trails Day and to get trails ready for the summer season the Seattle Parks Department sent teams out to restore trails and keep them walkable. The volunteers were…
FREE JUNE 22 WEBINAR: Extraordinary Hikes for Ordinary People: Celebrating the National Trails...
Bob and Martha Manning were the keynote speakers of the 50th Anniversary of the National Trails System at the 2017 International Trails Symposium
Bob is Professor Emeritus in the Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources at the University of Vermont. He teaches and conducts research on the history, philosophy, and management of national parks and wilderness. He is the founding Director of the Park Studies…
Trees Across America
City of Nebraska City
Nebraska City, NE
You won’t want to miss Arbor Day in its home town of Nebraska City, where it has been celebrated since the inaugural holiday 145 years ago. The city boasts loads of family-friendly activities and events all Arbor Day weekend long, including an Arbor Day 5K and parade as well as an Arbor Day Market. Visitors can also stop by the home of J. Sterling Morton, the founder of Arbor Day, or visit Arbor Day Farm and…
2017 International Trails Symposium
Skill Level: Intermediate
Join PTBA members and Diamond Pier vendors in a hands-on workshop in using these types of footings in boardwalk construction. We will discuss the appropriate environments for Diamond Piers, the best methods and tools for quick and easy installation, and split into groups to install piers for the PTBA Legacy Project located at Taylorsville MetroPark. This is a 3-hour (plus travel) outdoor workshop…
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Mobile Workshops Highlight the Dayton Area
This Symposium is offering a variety of mobile workshops for all trail user types covering new projects, problem-solving, community organizing, and funding techniques for putting trails on the ground. Get inspired on some of the best trails in the Dayton and Ohio region! See mobile workshops listing and details
PTBA Sustainable Trails Workshops Highlight Techniques
The Professional TrailBuilders Association (PTBA)…
ITS Workshop Registration Deadline is April 7
The core of the International Trails Symposium will take place between May 7-10, 2017 but events will run from May 5-12, 2017. The majority of events will take place at the Dayton Convention Center , including the concurrent sessions and core tracks. The Dayton, Ohio and surrounding region's trails community is looking forward to welcoming you to the "Outdoor Adventure Capital of the Midwest" in May!
Speak up for Trails, Walking, and Biking!
Write your member of Congress today! Tell them to say "no" to cutting funding for trails, walking and biking
The White House's "skinny budget," released yesterday, would cut $2.4 billion from the Department of Transportation. These proposed cuts come at a time when the president has promised a $1 trillion investment in America's infrastructure-and could limit opportunities to build trails, sidewalks and protected bike lanes
World's Best Hikes: 20 Hikers' Dream Trails
This year we asked 20 outdoor luminaries—from speed hikers to CEOs to environmental activists—about the trails they dream about. Here are their picks for the world's best hikes. Ready for adventure?
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The NTTP Online Calendar connects you with courses, conferences, and trail-related training
Enjoy and share the new online, digital version of the American Trails Magazine!
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We are advocating for your interests! Visit the Supporting Trails page to view the latest in legislative news, current issues, and opportunities, and to learn how to access funding.
Senate confirmed U.S. Representative Ryan Zinke (R-MT) as the nation
Rep. Zinke called himself “an unapologetic admirer of Teddy Roosevelt” during his confirmation hearing before the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee January 17. He said that the former president “had it right” when he placed millions of acres of federal lands under federal protection. And he directly linked the availability of those federal lands to the enjoyment of outdoor recreation
“Today, much of those lands…
North State Giving Tuesday
Last year, 4,500+ people raised more than $750,000 online for 100 nonprofits in Shasta and Siskiyou counties
Grow More Good
Nonprofits share in an incentive pool based on the amount they raise. Random hourly prize drawings add to the anticipation to boost nonprofit totals.
Give Two Ways
6 AM and 8 PM and follow it all right here.
National Trails Day®
National Trails Day is the only national event designed to unite all muscle-powered trail activities with the goal of connecting more people to trails.