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for the National Trails Symposium
Hear Richard Louv, author of Last Child in the Woods, speak at the closing luncheon. Prices are $35 with a meal or $10 without. Click the registration link above to purchase tickets!
FULL SYMPOSIUM REGISTRATION PACKAGE INCLUDES:
SINGLE DAY REGISTRATION INCLUDES:
COMPANION / A LA CARTE MEALS (ALSO, EXHIBIT STAFFER)
Limited funds for scholarships for registration fees are available
To be listed in the Guide to Exhibitors, Presenters and Attendees, be sure to check the date of the print deadline -- contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Write or call the American Trails office at (530) 547-2060 at the time of registration if you need special accommodations. Call your hotel directly for special accommodations as relates to sleeping rooms.
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Scholarship Opportunities (download pdf)
The American Trails Scholarship Program is designed to encourage and celebrate participation within the trails community. Scholarship funds are limited and will only be available to cover the cost of Symposium registration. Scholarship recipients are asked to volunteer four hours prior to, during, or following the Symposium. The American Trails Board will have full authority to make scholarship selections. Scholarship requests must be postmarked no later than September 12, 2008. Scholarship recipients are expected to be notified by October 15, 2008. If you need additional information, please contact the American Trails office: (530) 547-2060.
To request a scholarship, please send a letter addressed to Bob Searns, Chair, American Trails Board and mail it to: Symposium Scholarship Fund American Trails P.O. Box 491797 Redding, CA 96049-1797
Include the following items in your letter:
short bio reflecting your trails experience
Sponsors and Exhibitors:
Awards and volunteers:
How to attend:
Past and future of the National Trails Symposium:
about trails in Little Rock and Arkansas:
photos: Cool Trail Solutions
Dam Bridge" project
Little Rock's Arkansas
More about trails in Little Rock and Arkansas:
More photos: Cool Trail Solutions
The "Big Dam Bridge" project
Little Rock's Arkansas River Trail
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