Kevin G. Meyer is an environmental specialist/soil scientist for the National Park Service in Anchorage, AK. He earned a bachelor's degree in soil science from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1976 and a master's degree in forestry from Colorado State University in 1985. Meyer has been a working professional for the Department of the Interior in Alaska since 1977. He has churned through a multitude of muck holes in his quest to formulate effective management responses to degraded trail issues and is an avid promoter of research and development of best management practices for OHV trails.
About the National Park Service Rivers, Trails, and Conservation Assistance Program--The Rivers, Trails, and Conservation Assistance (RTCA) program is a branch of the National Park Service that helps State, local, and nonprofit organizations develop, protect, or enhance river and trail systems and open space in the United States. The program's work has helped local communities establish organizations for trail advocacy and planning, map trails to help establish dedicated easements, and develop community-led trail plans. The RTCA also provides technical assistance in trail design, construction, and maintenance. To locate a RTCA contact in your area, visit: http://www.nps.gov/rtca/
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