Trail Mapping Assistance Available for New Hampshire Towns

 
Published: Sep 1, 2017

Does your town or organization need help mapping trails? Do you want to make it easier for people to find trails in your community? We can help! New Hampshire Trail Finder is working with the Student Conservation Association to provide teams of young adults (aged 18-25) to help map trails to post on www.TrailFinder.info. The work will take place October 3-13, 2017.

The NH Trail Finder Project makes it easy for people to find trails in their communities to increase access to nature, improve health, enhance social connections and positively influence local economies. Trail Finder maps trails across New Hampshire and Vermont on one easy-to-use website. We are currently working to expand www.Trailfinder.info to include more trails across New Hampshire.

How do you get assistance from the Student Conservation Association? Simply fill out the form below by September 22, 2017. Selected communities will be notified shortly thereafter. If you are not chosen for mapping this fall we will keep your application in our queue and will be in touch the next time we have students available for mapping.

Please contact Emma Tutein at Emma.Tutein@unh.edu if you have any questions.

Your Name
Conservation Commission, Town Trails Committee, Town Staff, Land Trust Staff, etc.
For example, 1 property with approximately 10 miles of trail, 5 properties with short trails, 3 properties with trail networks, etc. If your trails are already mapped, simply type "already mapped".
This may include meeting the students on or off site, walking trails with the students, providing background information about the trails/property to the students, etc.