During this two day intermediate trail training session, participants will build on the skills and knowledge they gained in the sustainable trail assessment class. This class will focus on a critical assessment of a trail or trail system in the area. Participants will also discuss creating a trail assessment document to present findings and proposed recommendations. A majority of class time will be spent in the field.
Students will begin by reviewing how trail condition, maintenance, and safety can affect the “trail experience”. The session will include desktop trail review, field assessment, and interpretation of findings. Participants will gather the necessary information through field work to write a trail assessment document.
Students should bring their own lunch, snacks, and plenty of drinking water.
Participants must dress appropriately for trail assessment - long pants and closed-toe shoes (boots preferred).
This workshop is limited to 10 participants.
Students should have a thorough understanding of sustainable trails and trail assessment experience before taking this class.
|Date||Course Code||Section Number||Price|
|May 11-12, 2018||ENV-7004-02||43173||$70|
If you need further assistance, please contact Alice Hooker at ext. 2107.
Former Mayodan Library - 101 N. 10th Avenue, Mayodan