User Group Meeting Leads to Survey on Use Issues
Through various process the Ontario Trails Council has an idea of the number of trail projects and the value that they represent to capital investment in Ontario each year.
We also get called regularly to set up processes or advise on how to approach authorities in order to get trail access. In many cases we also write grants and work with groups to stimulate process to get trails developed or built.
What is not so clear is a map of where access and use is at a crossroads. It is clear through sdome discussion that a clearer inventory of hot spots or at risk trails would enable use to better respond to bring change or adjustment so that trails are not lost.
We need you to help us by answering our survey on land access issues. We have designed this for both the land manager and the trail user to complete.
An e-mail will be sent to OTC Members to complete the survey once it is live.
Credit Valley Conservation Completes Trail - with OTC and National Trails Coalition support.
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