This report reflects work on the Studying Trail Enhancement Plans - Health Impact Assessment (STEP-HIA) for the proposed new Cuba Continental Divide National Scenic Trail segment as of April 30, 2015. It is provided to the Santa Fe National Forest and Bureau of Land Management New Mexico for use in preparing an Environmental Impact Assessment and subsequent planning for the proposed project. It was prepared by the University of New Mexico Prevention Research Center and Step Into Cuba Alliance, a partnership of individuals and organizations dedicated to the promotion of walking and hiking for better health in Cuba, NM. In this report, we present information by way of a sequential series of questions that support and lead to predictions and recommendations for the new trail segment.
Kozoll, Richard; Alejandro Ortega; Tim Rogers; Thomas N. Scharmen; Varayini Pankayatselvan; Renee J. Robillard; Sally M. Davis; Emily Lilo; Theresa Cruz; Taylor Setterceri; Andrea Cantarero; Felipe Amaral; Danielle P. Parker; Julia Meredith Hess; Kathryn Peters; Stowe McMurray; Monica Bajana; and Kelly O'Donnell. "Studying Trail Enhancement Plans - Health Impact Assessment." (2015). https://digitalrepository.unm.edu/prc-reports-documents/21