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South Mountain Partnership Trails Workshop: Building Strong Community Connections
Capital RC&D and the South Mountain Partnership invite you to attend the “South Mountain Partnership Trail Workshop: Building Strong Community Connections” on Tuesday, November 20 from 8:30 am to 5 pm at Shippensburg University.
At this one day workshop participants will learn how to effectively work with landowners, municipalities and others to build better bike and pedestrian trails that connect communities, enhance economic development, and improve quality of life. The workshop is intended for anyone who wants to fund, design, construct and/or maintain single and multi-use trails in Pennsylvania.
The registration will be capped at 100 people, and the price of the workshop will be kept low to accommodate organizations of all sizes.
To register, visit https://2018-smp-trails-workshop.eventbrite.com.
Funding for this project comes from the Chesapeake Bay Funders Network, Chesapeake Bay Trust, National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, US Environmental Protection Agency, and the Chesapeake Bay Program. Thanks also to our event sponsors: Volvo Construction, the Cumberland Valley Visitors Bureau, and the Center for Land Use and Sustainability at Shippensburg University.Read News