What are these breakouts really about?

Connecting past to present and water to land, this year’s breakout sessions cover a wide range of topics. Addressing trail development from funding to design to marketing, 2020’s breakouts will provide valuable insights and information. Not only will you learn the steps to bring a trail to life, you’ll also get the chance to interact with people who have “been there, done that” are eager to help you avoid making similar missteps. Our breakouts have been scheduled in a way that allow you to create your own personalized tract tailored needs.

Most importantly these sessions will show you what your trail can become and the impact it will have on your community.  One session will address sharing trails with electric vehicles and how those interactions are a large part of the community’s identity.  Another will discuss historic trails and using them to connect communities across the southeast.  Sessions like these touch on how the uniqueness and needs of a community impact their trails.


About Walt Ray

Walt Ray is a landscape architect and planner who recognizes the value of public dialog and consensus building in developing the public realm. Walt works with the Trust for Public Land to activate and preserve the Chattahoochee River and its valley through planning, capital projects, programming, and marketing.

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