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Trail Use Workshop


Trail Use Workshop

How to build and maintain trails for horses, bikes & snow machines

January 28 & February 4   1-3 PM


Green Mountain Horse Association Member’s Room

South Woodstock, VT

Key speaker Jim Lyall will discuss trail design to prevent erosion and methods to repair damaged areas of trail.  Landowners, trail users and trail organizations alike will benefit from these workshops.  Proper trail design and maintenance results in reduced sedimentation pollution on our waterways.  Multi-use design, culverts and bridges and trail etiquette will be covered as well as questions about specific sites from attendees.  

Jim is a dedicated professional with extensive experience in trail layout and design and comprehensive knowledge, understanding and experience with trail maintenance and construction.  Jim has designed and built a multitude of trails on Mount Ascutney and the West Windsor town forest.  As a trail builder, he takes personal pride in the trail network.

Sponsored by Ottauquechee Natural Resources Conservation District with support from Green Mountain Horse Association and a grant from Vermont Community Foundation.




Earlier Event: January 28
Trail Use Workshop
Later Event: April 8
Assessing Equine Lameness Workshop