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Advisory Committee Guidance
Community Involvement - education, enforcement.
Concessionaire audits, contract language review and development.
Equestrian Needs on Trails - support facilities, enforcement, signage.
Equestrian Inclusion - compatibility with other users, use patterns, impact, conflicts.
Equine Behavior - how it affects trail rider experience and interactions with other trail users.
Facility Planning Oversight - primitive to elaborate.
Impact Statements - addressing a host of issues.
Law Enforcement Issues and Strategies - identifying and reining in rider misconduct on trails.
Letters of Interest/Concern
Maintenance Expectations/Issues - trail alignment, hazards, user experience, long/short term.
Mediation with Equestrians - identify, build, resolve.
Mounted Patrol Operations - creating, implementing, managing, on site audits.
Mounted Volunteer Operations - creating, implementing, managing, on site audits.
Multi-Use Conflict Resolution - identify conflict then create mitigation strategies.
Rules & Regulations - review current rules, create new if needed (with agency legal team)
Trail Auditing - on site
Trail Planning - new trails or current
Training - on site presentation "No Conflict Equestrian Trials"
Volunteers - standards, oversight and guidelines