- Trail/Recreation master planning
- Detailed trail design
- Construction documentation
- Bid preparation
- Project and construction management
- Youth Corp, volunteer, and hybrid construction training and supervision
- Client's representative services
Education and Outreach
- Trail education
- Stakeholder outreach
- Visioning and facilitation
- Keynote speaking
Trail System Assessment
- Trail feasibility studies
- Assessment for physical, social and managerial objectives
- Inventory and trail management objectives development
- Environmental documentation and permitting
- Core proposal development (Case Statement, General Letter of Inquiry)
- Grant and proposal writing
- Research and prioritization of potential funders
- Work plan and timetable for submission of grant proposals
- Critique and edit proposals written by staff
- Programmatic assessment, for funding and/or effectiveness
- Facilitation of new program development and funding strategy
- Strategic planning and capacity building facilitation
Scott Linnenburger’s successful work on more than 100 trail projects in the federal, state, local, and private sectors demonstrates a keen ability to assist clients in developing projects that fulfill their mission, protect natural resources, and enhance community sustainability.
Prior to founding Kay-Linn Enterprises, Scott was the Director of Field Programs for the International Mountain Bicycling Association, where he grew the field programs budget by 300% and doubled the programs’ staff size in five years. He currently holds a position as the Development Committee Chair on the Board of American Trails.
Education: Masters of Environmental Management, Duke University’s Nicholas School, Focus on wetland/stream ecology, restoration, and habitat planning. Bachelor’s degrees in Biology and Secondary Education from Eckerd College.
Aaryn Kay has worked with more than one hundred non-profits in almost every U.S. state and Canadian province.
Prior to founding Kay-Linn, Aaryn was a freelance grants specialist, coordinated trailbuilding and advocacy events, co-taught 150 weekend long trailbuilding seminars for volunteers and land managers in 32 states, instructed a graduate-level environmental education course at Duke University, and directed Duke’s Nicholas School of the Environment’s Community Outreach.
Education: Masters of Environmental Management, Masters of Arts in Teaching, Duke University, Focus on conservation biology and environmental education. B.S. in Biology, Bucknell University.