The Quarterly Trails Forum is a peer-to-peer exchange of knowledge and ideas about planning, building, promoting and enjoying trails.
Do you work on trails or active transportation projects as an advocate, civil servant, or consultant? Do you enjoy riding your bike, hiking, horseback riding or paddling? Metro’s Quarterly Trails Forum is designed for you to network with fellow trail enthusiasts and learn about resources to help bring more trails to your community. For more than 30 years, Metro has convened these gatherings as a way to support each other’s work by fostering connectedness, collaboration and information sharing.
The Quarterly Trails Forum is inclusive and informal by design. There is no charter or membership roster. The general public is welcome and encouraged to attend. Participation in the Quarterly Trails Forum does not require any special qualifications or affiliations.
Quarterly Trails Forum meetings are held four times per year in January, April, July and October, on the second Wednesday of the month from 10 a.m. to noon, unless otherwise notified. The location will alternate between online and in-person at Metro Regional Center, and registration is requested. Please refer to the Metro calendar for the location details of specific meetings and registration links.
If you have a project or program that you would like to share at an upcoming Quarterly Trails Forum or have specific questions about the agenda, please contact [email protected].
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