The Ice Age Trail Alliance is structured and governed according to our organization’s bylaws [PDF].
The policies below provide additional guidance to our staff and volunteers.
- Code of Ethics and Conflict of Interest
- End to End Signage
- Endowment Fund
- Financial Procedures
- Gift Acceptance and Acknowledgment
- Logo Use
- Personal Dignity and Respect
- Pesticide Use
- Power Equipment
- Property Monitoring and Land Defense Funds
- Record Retention
- Segment Name
- Statement of Inclusion
- Trail Layout and Design
- Trail Usage
Other Guiding Documents
A list of responsibilities associated with the Ice Age Trail’s formal management partners (the Ice Age Trail Alliance, National Park Service and Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources) is available in the Memorandum of Understanding [PDF].
Broad management direction and philosophy for the Ice Age National Scenic Trail are set forth in the Comprehensive Plan for Management and Use (1983) and Vision Statement and Attributes (2002).