National Trails Day

Heightening Community Engagement on Local Trails

How to plan and promote National Trails Day events.

Presenter: Wesley Trimble is Program Outreach & Communications Manager for American Hiking Society


National Trails Day provides a nationwide platform to activate community engagement with trails all across the country on the first Saturday in June. This session will walk through the process of planning and promoting a National Trails Day event. Learn how to reach beyond your current constituent network and deepen community involvement with local trails.


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