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California Trails and Greenways Conference


CTGC
 
THANK YOU for contributing to the success of the 2015 conference!


Next Year's Conference Site and Dates:
 
31st ANNUAL CALIFORNIA TRAILS & GREENWAYS CONFERENCE
April 6-8, 2016

Riverside Convention Center
 3637 Fifth Street
Riverside, California 92501

Presented by
RAINCROSS HOSPITALITY CORPORATION
a California Corporation as agent for the City of Riverside
 


The California Trails and Greenways Conference Awards acknowledge and show appreciation for worthy individuals, organizations, agencies and businesses that, through their hard work, integrity and social responsibility, have made outstanding contributions to promote, enhance or expand public awareness and use of trails and greenways in California during this past year's conference.

2015 CTGC Awards Program
2015 Award Winners


About the 2015 Conference

The 2015 California Trails and Greenways Conference schedule, speakers, and sessions are listed below.
Thanks to everyone!

2015 Conference Schedule

Wednesday, April 22, 2015 - Opening Keynote Speaker

Thursday, April 23, 2015 - Evening Entertainment - Dinner

Friday, April 24, 2015 - Plenary Speaker

Friday, April 24, 2015 - Closing Plenary


2015 Conference Sessions (click to view)

Accessibility Workshop for Outdoor Developed Areas - Part 1 
Outdoor Recreation Trails and Access Routes - Part 2
Outdoor Constructed Features - Part 3
The Developed Outdoor Recreation Assessment Process (DORAP) - Part 4
How to Communication Access Through Signage - Part 5
Implementing a Transition Plan - Part 6

Accessibility Guidelines - Part 1, Section 42, Trails
Accessibility Guidelines - Part 2, Section 44, Vista Points & Overlooks
Accessibility Guidelines for Trail Design and Construction

Accessible Trail Links

Adaptive Engagement for Diverse Communities

Building New Connections and Creating Community Trail Projects for Youth

Building Community Through Trails

Design and Build a Trail Worth Traveling To

Designating and Changing Trail Uses in CSP

HETAP-UTAP - Part 1, Introduction and Overview Visuals
HETAP-UTAP - Part 2, Making the Measurements
HETAP-UTAP - Part 3, Tool Function & Calibration
HETAP-UTAP - Part 4, Main Screen Visuals
HETAP-UTAP - Part 5, Application and Dissemination
HETAP-UTAP - Part 6, Questions Visuals
HETAP-UTAP - Part 7, Data Management
HETAP-UTAP - Part 8, Summary

International Mountain Bicycling Association

Interagency, Interactive Trails: trails.lacounty.gov

Kids in Parks

Learning Landscapes - Lunch Plenary

LiDAR and GIS for Trail Design

Los Angeles County Trails Website

Making Connections Between Trail and Health Professionals

Maximizing Volunteers for Trailwork

Mountains Recreation and Conservation Authority

Opinions and Beliefs About Outdoor Recreation in California

Partnership Based Urban Trail Projects - LA Basin and Beyond

Partnerships: How They Create the California Coastal Trail

Queens Way and the 606 - Rail to Trail Conversion Projects

Roads to Trails - Less is More: Part 1
Roads to Trails - Less is More: Part 2
Roads to Trails - Less is More: Part 3
Roads to Trails - Less is More: Part 4

San Jose Trails

Santa Clara County Countywide Trails

Sharing Youth Voices - Breakfast Plenary

Sustainable Trail Construction Techniques

The Muir Ramble Route: Outdoor Classroom
The Muir Ramble Route: Urban Backpacking

The Power of Collective Impact: The San Francisco Bay Trail

The Power of Collective Impact in Creating Regional Trails

The Public Agency Perspective: Why Provide Correct Trail Information on the Internet?

Trails and Agriculture: Bridging Productive and Recreational Landscapes

Urban Trails - Connecting Cities to Nature: Part 1
Urban Trails - Connecting Cities to Nature: Part 2 
Urban Trails - Connecting Cities to Nature: Part 3

Urban Wild - Trailblazing in Los Angeles

Volunteer Trail Safety Patrol Screening & Monitoring

Whose Trail is This Anyways? Planning, Designing & Maintaining Trails in Collaboration (LA Co.)
Whose Trail is This Anyways? Planning, Designing & Maintaining Trails in Collaboration (Placeworks 2)
Whose Trail is This Anyways? Planning, Designing & Maintaining Trails in Collaboration (Placeworks 3)

Why Think About Safety and Sustainability? How are These "Partners" Part 1
Why Think About Safety and Sustainability? How are These "Partners" Part 2
Why Think About Safety and Sustainability? How are These "Partners" Part 3

With Patience, Persistence & Passion, Trails Can Happen