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A part of the American Trails Advancing Trails Webinar Series, this is the second in a series of three webinars on Trail Maintenance Management brought to you by Chinook Associates LLC and American Trails. The webinar “Natural Surface Trail Tread Maintenance”will introduce the concept of managing the surface flow of water on a trail tread. Participants will review and understand the application and purpose of a grade dip, waterbar, check dam, and berm removal in managing the surface flow of water on a trail tread. Attendees will better understand the dynamic impact of water on the trail tread surface and how these types of structures may impact the sustainability of the trail and the recreational experience.
The presenter, Kim Frederick, Principal of Chinook Associates, LLC, has over 20 years experience conducting trail skills workshops. Since 1983, Kim has managed the trail system for Jefferson County Open Space in the foothills west of Denver. He is also a founding member of the Colorado Outdoor Training Initiative (COTI). Read Kim’s article: “Training partnership leverages Department of Labor funding.”
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