The future of our public lands and waters depends on our ability connect young people to our natural landscapes and resources. These connections can have profound impact on a diverse generation of young people who will become the future leaders, advocates, and decision makers about public lands, trails, and resources. This webinar draw upon the experience on several organizations committed to this work to present strategies, lessons learned and best practices for engaging diverse communities of young people on our public lands and trails. The techniques and strategies will be informative to public, private, and volunteer trail groups searching for ways to increase participation of young adults in their organizations.
The effort to increase diversity, inclusion and equity transcends across all organizations working in the trails and public lands arena; urban or rural, volunteer or professional, and experienced or novice
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All webinars in the American Trails Advancing Trails Webinar Series are recorded. A link to the recording is included with the purchase of the webinar and will be sent within a day or two following the webinar, along with a pdf of the resources slide shown during the Q&A portion of the webinar that includes presenter contact information. Access to the recordings may also be purchased after the live session through the American Trails Online Store.
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