Bradford, PA and the Richard McDowell Trail In fall 2013, University of Pittsburgh at Bradford faculty and students collaborated to replicate the 2012 trail mapping project with the goal of adding to the design features and content of the trail application program. The Allegheny Institute worked with the Allegheny National Forest Visitors Bureau, the Bradford Chamber of Commerce, and the McKean County Conservation District to map Bradford's newly expanded Richard McDowell Trail. The project is intended to provide Pitt-Bradford students with applied learning experiences through campus-community research partnerships that build sustainable community development capacity. The GPS mapping project relies on widely available, user-friendly mapping and data entry technologies available through Google maps and related digital photography software. This project is innovative for developing a program of classroom-based learning that would fully integrate and apply the principles of place-based studies, project management, and student-led research as the central means of conveying course information on applied anthropology. The app is free for Android devices (search: "Trail Maker"). You can also access the digital trail at www.visitanf.com.