Newsletters: Autumn 2019

Autumn 2019 Ghosts on the North Bend Rail Trail? Remembering Darwin Hindman Getting the word out – Steven Hill The National Trails System Bears! The Trail Artist

KSL TV (Utah) Video About The ADT in Utah

KSL is the NBC affiliated TV station in Salt Lake City, recently their senior outdoor journalist made a piece about the ADT starring Brad Marro who is walking the trail. The filming was done on Boulder Mountain in Utah just west of Capitol Reef National Park. As the reporter says the next big step for … Read More

Newsletters: Summer 2019

The Summer 2019 newsletter is now available US Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland Pennsy Greenway Trail, Indiana Trails Improve Your Health! New Missouri Coordinator Hikanation A.T. museum exhibit Keoni Smith – after the ADT Lightning Advice

New Western Terminus

With the completion of the bridge to Hawaii it has been decided to move the western terminus of the ADT to Diamond Head. This addition adds 2,393 miles to the ADT, fortunately only two signs will be needed for the new segment, East and West. We are now looking for the Hawaii state coordinator…

Newsletters: Spring 2019

The Spring 2019 Newsletter is now available. MainStrasse Village, Kentucky New website ADT Signage legislation Happifeet Award Printed maps discussion New signs and maps in Colorado Virtual ADT travel in Nebraska North Platte, Nebraska, Heart of America Previous editions are available on the Newsletter page.

Signage: S.47 Signed By The President

On March 12 2019 President Trump signed the “Natural Resources Management Act.” containing a small section authorizing the placement of ADT signs on federal land, now we have to determine where we want the signs, buy the signs, and negotiate placement of signs with the various departments involved. The main federal lands involved are National … Read More

On The Trail: Annual Katy Trail Ride

The 19th annual Katy Trail Ride, June 17-21 allows bicyclists to experience Katy Trail State Park from Clinton to St. Charles. Missouri State Parks and Missouri State Parks Foundation invite you to join them on this scenic five-day ride on the nation’s longest developed and most popular rail trail. This year’s ride covers approximately 231 miles … Read More

More Great Signage News for the ADT

On Tuesday, Feb. 26, the House of Representatives passed S.47, the massive public lands bill, officially termed the “Natural Resources Management Act.” The Senate had previously passed it on Feb. 12. Section 2503 instructs the Secretaries of Interior and Agriculture to help install ADT trail signs on federal lands. The House considered this bill under … Read More

New Missouri Coordinator

Please welcome Harold Draper as the Missouri Coordinator. Harold lives in Kansas City and is retired from FEMA. He is the president at Friends of Loess Bluffs National Wildlife Refuge and on the board of the Kansas City Chapter of the Missouri Native Plant Society. When he lived in Mississippi, he co-founded a Natchez Trace … Read More

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