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2018 Trails and Greenways Conference

 

2018 CALIFORNIA TRAILS AND GREENWAYS

MARCH 27 - 29, 2018

ROHNERT PARK, CALIFORNIA


Pre-Conference Workshops

Napa Valley Vine Trail Bike Tour

Petaluma River Trail Kayak Tour

Wildfire Impacts on Trails

Managing Trails in Cattle County

Fundamentals of Trail Stewardship

UTAP & HETAP Coordination

Educational Breakout Sessions

50 Years of Managing Our National Scenic and Historic Trails

Addressing Common Complaints about Trails

Bike Tourism on the Bay Trail

Building Support for the California Trails Master Plan

Building Urban Trails – Lessons Learned

CEQA Update

Collecting and Making the Most of Your Data

Community Development through Trails

Designing Enforcement: Make Signs Work for You

Developing a Mobile App for Trails

Developing an Urban Trail

Electric Mountain Bikes Panel Discussion and Demo Ride

Finding Common Ground: Trail Alignment and Wildlife Connectivity

From Problematic Road to Sustainable Mountain Bike Trail

How to Plan an Inclusive Trail System

Impacts of Sea Level Rise on the California Coastal Trail

Improving User Experience Through Signage & Interpretative Graphics

Innovative Solar Lighting for Trails and Greenways

Lessons from Spain's Camino de Santiago

Let’s Go Paddling – Providing Water-Based Recreation Opportunities

Marin's Trail Education Program

Multi-Day Trekking in California – Save People, Save Land

Outdoor Recreation Economy in Sonoma County

Perspectives on Planning for Off-Road Cycling

Promoting Your Trail with Tourism

SMART Rail with Trail, a Balancing Act

Success Volunteer Trail Patrol Programs

The 2018 Park Bond

Tips for Trails Applying to the Active Transportation Program

TRAFx Trail and Vehicle Counters

Trail Development: from Big Picture to Small Details

Trail Planning in Industrial Areas

Trail Stewardship through Volunteers

Using Social Media to Engage Latinos

Tuesday Night Keynote Address and Welcome

alt=Robert Moor is the author of On Trails, a book that sheds new light on a wealth of age-old questions: How does order emerge out of chaos? How did animals first crawl forth from the seas and spread across continents? How has humanity’s relationship with nature and technology shaped world around us? And, ultimately, how does each of us pick a path through life?  Join us while Mr. Moor takes us on a stroll through the trails of time.

 

 

Thursday Lunch Plenary

Growing up as the only sister to eight brothers in her hometown of Richmond, California, Teresa Baker was determined not to be outdone; spending time in the outdoors became her passion. Fast-forward 30 years - the outdoors is still her passion; the only difference is the stakes are higher.  Teresa now spends time outdoors engaging communities of color in outdoor spaces in the hope of fostering a shared sense of responsibility for environmental protection that will benefit all of mankind. She works with outdoor agencies, organizations, and retailers on ways to welcome a more diverse audience to their boards, staff, and programs.  Teresa will share a video, Showing the Diversity In Our Wild Spaces, and lead a short talk with time for questions on the importance of diversity and inclusion in outdoor agencies.

Sponsor, Exhibit, Donate!

There are many ways you can support the event while promoting your company's products and services. Consider sponsoring through a donation or cash, goods, or services, or simply promote your organization through an exhibit. See the full range of sponsorship and exhibitor opportunities here!

2018 Platinum and Gold Sponsors

Alta Planning and Design
Alta creates active communities where bicycling and walking are safe, healthy, fun, and normal daily activities. We are committed to transforming communities one trip, one step, one street, park, trail, and intersection at a time.

 
Marin County Parks offers for public use and enjoyment an extensive system of regional and community parks, open space preserves, and trails.


MTC is the Metropolitan Transportation Commission. We are a public, governmental agency responsible for planning, financing and coordinating transportation for the nine-county San Francisco Bay Area. And we’re part of every trip you take.

California Trails and Greenways Foundation CTGF is a trail and greenway advocate working to create a strong coalition of non-motorized trail users in California. We assist with the annual trails conference, and offer a grants that supports trail projects.



















2017 Silver Supporters








 

 

 

 

2018 Bronze Supporters

















2018 Copper and Brass Supporters

Bicycle Product Suppliers Association

Delta Protection Commission