Registration is now open for the Georgia Trail Summit
Let’s connect. Let’s solve problems. Let’s plan the future of Georgia’s trails.
Meet like-minded trail users, lovers, builders and designers to share lessons learned at the Georgia Trail Summit. In addition to fascinating presentations, mobile workshops, social events and a keynote speaker, the Summit includes an UNconference component. Short sessions will be created spontaneously based on YOUR interests and ideas.
We’ve gathered an impressive group of trail experts on a range of relevant topics to lead interactive conversations that matter to you. There’s also a dynamic menu of mobile workshops on nearby trails for hikers, cyclists, paddlers, heritage and cultural enthusiasts, foodies and mountain bikers. The cost is $60 for both days.
When: April 11 &12, 2014
Where: Classic Center in Athens, Georgia
Who: Managers, users, builders, policy makers, planners, advocates, tourism types, community development folks, old salts, new blood and visionaries
For: ALL trail users including pedalers, paddlers, equestrians, hikers, history buffs, foodies, culture vultures and urban walkers.
Lodging: A block of rooms is reserved at the Hilton Garden Inn for $124 for one or two people. Please reserve your room no later than Wed, March 26 since it’s a busy weekend in Athens.
Thanks to our sponsors
Georgia Trail Summit is generously sponsored by these forward-thinking groups. We still welcome new ones. Join MillionMile Greenway, Northeast Georgia Regional Commission, UGA College of Public Health, Bike! Walk! Northwest Georgia, Lose and Associates, Oconee Rivers Greenway Commission, ALTA Planning + Design, Athens-Clarke County, Broad River Watershed Association, Chattahoochee Trail Horse Association, Firefly Trail, Inc., Georgia Canoeing Association, GSU School of Public Health, KAIZENCollaborative, Mark Ebell and Laura Bierema, PATH Foundation, UGA Office of Sustainability, Georgia River Network, Broad River Outpost, Georgia Department of Economic Development –Tourism, Jittery Joe’s Coffee. The Summit is also endorsed by 30 trail-related groups committed to realizing a first-class trail network in Georgia.
Questions? Contact your friendly planning team of Tracie, Jim, Brent, John, Lisa, Brad, Charlotte, Taylor, Bryan, Julie and Bill at firstname.lastname@example.org