In the Media

Various items about AWTA in the media. If there is a single thread that connects most of these, it is that AWTA works with all trail users and the respective agencies to create and maintain a sustainable trails network in the greater Ashland, Oregon area.


Playing Nicely in the Woods, Mail Tribune, by Mark Freeman 

Take a Hike: The Trails Are Out There, The Sneak Preview, by Amy Richard, July 1, 2017

For Miles and Miles: Ultrarunning in the Rogue Valley, Rogue Valley Messenger Mike Dickenson, March 16, 2017

Book. Marlowe, B and Burke, A. (2016).  Non-government Organizations’ Mountain Management: A Support
Model for Southern Oregon’s Mountain Destinations.  In H. Richins and J.S. Hulls (Eds) Mountain Tourism: Experiences, Communities, Environments, and Sustainable Futures. Oxfordshire, UK: CABI publishing. p. 358-367.

Ashland watershed trail network to be expanded and upgraded, Ashland Daily Tidings, by Mark Freeman, January 17th 2016

A loop with a view, Mail Tribune by Mark Freeman, July 15th 2016

Tumble into the ‘Alice in Wonderland’ trails around Ashland, The Oregonian/OregonLive, by Jamie Hale

Outdoor Enthusiasts Join Wildlife Officials To Tackle ‘Renegade Trails’ Oregon Public Broadcasting, by Jes Burns, Jan. 20, 2015

Plans call for removing some trails, adding others, Ashland Daily Tidings, by Tony Boom, Dec 30th 2014

Wagner Glade Trail History Jefferson Public Radio, bAug. 27, 2014 

The Jeffersonian – Episode 2 – On The Trail – YouTube, May 9th 2014

Trails are for running, Mail Tribune, by Daniel Newberry, April 20th, 2014

Southern Oregon mountain bikers promote courtesy on the hillsides With a goal of preventing potentially dangerous conflict The Columbian, June 22, 2013

Best in Dirt: Ashland, OR,  Trail Runner magazine, Monica Derrien, Anica Wong, May 21, 2013

Bandersnatch builders, by Daniel Newberry, Mail Tribune, March 16th 2012

Ashland trail users seek new direction, Mail Tribune, by Hannah Guzik, February 5th 2011

Trail restoration buoys runners, hikers, Mail Tribune, by John Darling, September 21st 2008


Updated March 27, 2019.