Sustainable Trails For All Conference
October 16-17, 2014
With the September 2013 release of the Federal Trail Accessibility Guidelines, communities and land trusts need to know how to sustainably build hiking trails that provide access for everyone. This important conference will help you understand the guidelines and will provide an overview of the techniques and hands- on skills needed to build sustainable hiking trails that provide enjoyment for all. Whether you work with an existing trail or are contemplating a new trail, this conference is for you!
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Janet Zeller, National Accessibility Program Manager with the USDA Forest Service
Peter Jensen, Master Planner/Builder and member Professional Trailbuilders Association
Peter S. Jensen & Associates, LLC and Crotched Mountain Foundation
About Crotched Mountain
Crotched Mountain is a charitable organization employing more than 900 people. Its mission is to serve individuals with disabilities and their families, embracing personal choice and development, and building communities of mutual support. Crotched Mountain provides specialized education, rehabilitation, community, and residential support services for more than 3,000 people annually, at its rehabilitation center in Greenfield, New Hampshire and in communities throughout New England and New York.