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Multiple Use Trails for Winter Recreation—Facts and Myths about Snowmobiling

Multiple Use Trails for Winter Recreation – Facts and Myths about SnowmobilingThis 40-page publication is intended to help educate land managers, individuals and interest groups regarding 'the truth about snowmobiling.' It has eleven sections which address different issues important to winter recreation and snowmobiling access. Topics covered include:
  • A Provider of Multiple Use Trails and Opportunities
  • A Catalyst for Winter Economies
  • Cooperative Partnerships
  • Soil and Vegetation Compaction
  • Emissions and Air Quality
  • Snow and Water Quality
  • Sound Levels
  • Wildlife Impacts
  • Social Conflicts
  • Planning for Multiple Use Winter Recreation
  • 'Twelve Principles' for Minimizing Conflicts on Multiple Use Trails
Click here to educate yourself regarding 'the truth about snowmobiling.'

Multiple Use Trails for Winter Recreation—Facts and Myths about Snowmobiling

Multiple Use Trails for Winter Recreation – Facts and Myths about SnowmobilingThis 40-page publication is intended to help educate land managers, individuals and interest groups regarding 'the truth about snowmobiling.' It has eleven sections which address different issues important to winter recreation and snowmobiling access. Topics covered include:
  • A Provider of Multiple Use Trails and Opportunities
  • A Catalyst for Winter Economies
  • Cooperative Partnerships
  • Soil and Vegetation Compaction
  • Emissions and Air Quality
  • Snow and Water Quality
  • Sound Levels
  • Wildlife Impacts
  • Social Conflicts
  • Planning for Multiple Use Winter Recreation
  • 'Twelve Principles' for Minimizing Conflicts on Multiple Use Trails
Click here to educate yourself regarding 'the truth about snowmobiling.'

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