Stuart Macdonald, National Association of State Trail Administrators (NASTA) and Christopher Douwes, Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) opened the meeting by welcoming the participants and providing an overview of our meeting agenda and goals. The participants introduced themselves and gave a brief background of their local issues and personal goals for the meeting. Some States were not able to attend because out-of-State travel restrictions.
Top left: Carson Pass; Top right: The Flume Trail;
Center: Carson Pass; Bottom left: Roundtop;
Bottom right: The Flume Trail.
There was no registration fee. The State Trail Administrators Meeting is for State trail administrators and Federal agency personnel who are involved with statewide or national trail programs.
Photos courtesy of
Susan Moerschel - DE State Parks
Introductions / Show and Tell
States share experiences on local projects and trails issues.
Federal-aid Highway Program Reauthorization, Christopher Douwes
RTP Questions & Answers, Christopher Douwes
Overview of Workshops - Cheryl Surface and Jean Lacher
Proposed Outdoor Developed Areas Accessibility Guidelines, Karl Knapp, California State Parks.
See http://www.access-board.gov/outdoor/ for background information.
Public Use Timeframes on Trail Projects, Jean Lacher
RTP Q & A: Recreational Trails Program Questions and Answers Part 2, Christopher Douwes
Show-and-Tell Part 2, Suggestions for STAM 2008, STAM 2007 wrap-up