With a lot of passion, creativity and elbow grease, local groups and volunteers across America are using their community strength to create incredible trails, from short neighborhood pathways to lengthy cross-state routes. These case studies and project profiles take a look at some excellent volunteer built and maintained trails across the country. They showcase groups that have accomplished amazing things with limited financial resources and strong community support, giving guidance on methods for structuring trail groups and working with local government agencies.

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File size: 1.9 MB

Published on 01/01/12

Author: Rails-to-Trails Conservancy

Collection: Trail Management

Type: Case study


Tags: Maintenance, Construction, Liability/Insurance, Volunteers