Paving Sustainable- Photos from Idaho

This trail looks very natural, yet it has been stabilized with the seed husk of the psyllium plant. 
It works for wheel chairs, walkers and bikers.  It holds up better than asphalt in the winter and is cheaper longterm.


A wet napkin laid on the trail shows no dirt or mud.


A section of trail that use to be asphalt and is now non-toxic, permeable and firm.


contact us at mist@strans.org with comments or questions. 
We are working to install this type of trail surface in Missoula, Montana.