A part of the American Trails Advancing Trails Webinar Series, “Towards a Mountain Trail Sustainability Ethic“ is the third of a series of three on Sustainable Mountain Trails. Part 3 and 3 features interdisciplinary collaboration on complex projects and wilderness policy and how that affects trail implementation at Rocky Mountain National Park with our speakers Ian Brighton and Danny Basch; plus outstanding trail implementation work according to sustainability criteria from Boulder Mountain Parks and Open Space (presented by Greg Seabloom), as well as cutting edge examples of Ecological Restoration and processes to integrate that into the planning / design / implementation process from Restoration Ecologist John Giordanengo of AloTerra Restoration Services. Hugh will be today’s facilitator and bring synthesis to today’s topic: “Towards a Mountain Trail Sustainability Ethic.”
Each webinar in this series is independent of each other and can be attended individually.
These webinars are applicable to all natural surface trail systems. Please see the following link to the presenter’s hallmark document: Guide to Sustainable Mountain Trails – Trail Assessment, Planning, & Design Sketchbook, 2007 edition.
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All webinars in the American Trails Advancing Trails Webinar Series are recorded. A link to the recording is included with the purchase of the webinar and will be sent within a day or two following the webinar, along with a pdf of the resources slide shown during the Q&A portion of the webinar that includes presenter contact information. Access to the recordings may also be purchased after the live session through the American Trails Online Store.
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