This two-hour virtual training will include a one-hour presentation from Access Recreation (AR) on the “Guidelines for Providing Trail Information to People with Disabilities” and the supporting project: AccessTrails. Patrick Stark from the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service will provide a trail agency perspective followed by Q&A and discussion. This event is relevant for those in a variety of roles from tourism partners, front desk, administration and communications, park rangers, maintenance workers and volunteers with direct contact with the public.
This training is available with support from The Oregon Trails Fund, the Mt. Hood and Columbia River Gorge Regional Tourism Alliance and Travel Oregon.
Note: This virtual training is Part I of a two-part training, and anyone is welcome to attend. Part II is a three-hour onsite field assessment. Limited space is available for the June 1 on-site assessment in the Zigzag Ranger District of Mt. Hood NF.
Contact Steph Noll for more information: email@example.com.