Thursday October 6, 9:00 AM - 12:00PM
NH Fish and Game Headquarters, 11 Hazen Drive, Concord
If you'd like to receive links to the recording and presentations from this workshop, please send an e-mail with your request to: Emma.Tutein@unh.edu.
- Trails for People and Wildlife Resource Page
- Trails for People and Wildlife Tech Notes
- Trails for People and Wildlife Literature Review
- US Forest Service Trail Construction and Maintenance Notebook
- Trail Maintenance for Volunteers
- Directory of Trail Professionals and Organizations
- American Trails - a great source for training and additional resources
There is a lot to consider when thinking about trails… How do different trail uses affect the design of the trail? How do you determine what uses are appropriate for an existing trail? What modifications are needed to an existing trail for other uses to be allowed? Where should a trail go (or not go)? What are the potential impacts of the trails and trail use to other resource values? How can we best work with trail user groups? And the questions go on. Join our panel of experts as they share their experiences and insights, followed by plenty of time for questions and discussion.
This workshop will be held IN-PERSON at NH Fish and Game Headquarters (11 Hazen Drive, Concord, NH) with an option to join virtually (but with with limited interaction).
Lew Shelley, Snowhawk, LLC
Katie Callahan, NH Fish and Game
Robin Kerr, Town of York, ME
David Mallard, Lakes Region Conservation Trust
8:30-9:00am Check-in/morning coffee
10:00-10:30am BREAK (coffee and pastries) and NETWORKING
11:30-12:00pm Questions & Discussion