2012 Eastern Pennsylvania Greenways & Trails Summit

September 19th and 20th
DeSales University
Center Valley, PA



Join Eastern Pennsylvania’s trail and greenway community for a two-day summit highlighting regional trail initiatives, real-world solutions to trail issues, best practices and innovative case studies from across the
region, need-to-know information for your trail, and a half-day of hands-on field experiences.


CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD DIRECTIONS TO DESALES UNIVERSITY AND SUMMIT VENUE

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE REGISTRATION BROCHURE

CLICK HERE FOR DRIVING DIRECTIONS TO THE MOBILE WORKSHOPS ON SEPTEMBER 19

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER ONLINE

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD A LIST OF LODGING OPTIONS

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD A LIST OF SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES


For more information, please contact Silas Chamberlin at 610-923-3548 x222 or .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).


The 2012 Eastern Pennsylvania Greenways & Trails Summit is brought to you by the D&L Trail Alliance and our planning committee:

Silas Chamberlin, Delaware & Lehigh National Heritage Corridor
Elissa Garofalo, Delaware & Lehigh National Heritage Corridor
Sherry Acevedo, Delaware & Lehigh National Heritage Corridor
Donna Boone, Delaware & Lehigh National Heritage Corridor
Gary Bloss, Stroud Region Open Space & Recreation Commission
John Brunner, Appalachian Mountain Club
Dennis Demara, PA Department of Conservation & Natural Resources
Christine Dettore, Monroe County
Nicholas Dickerson, Pike County
Spencer Finch, Pennsylvania Environmental Council
Kevin Fister, Wildlands Conservancy
Dawn Gorham, Pocono Heritage Land Trust
Andy Hamilton, East Coast Greenway
Tim Herd, Stroud Region Open Space & Recreation Commission
Andy Johnson, William Penn Foundation
Stephanie Milewski, Lackawanna Valley Heritage Authority
Steve Nelson, Montgomery County Planning Commission
Lorne Possinger, PA Department of Conservation & Natural Resources
Janet Sweeney, Pennsylvania Environmental Council


This summit is made possible with support from the Pennsylvania Recreation and Park Society, the PA Department of Conservation & Natural Resources’ Pennsylvania Recreational Trails Program funded through the Federal Highway Administration, and the William Penn Foundation.