NB Trails and Recreation New Brunswick to co-host conference

August 30, 2007 | 0 comments

The New Brunswick Trails Council Inc. is pleased to announce that they have partnered with Recreation New Brunswick to co-host the 2007 Conference “Together & Active: Strength Through Partnerships”. The joint conference will be held from Sept. 13- 16, 2007 in Fredericton, New Brunswick at the Crowne Plaza Hotel*.

This will be an opportunity to meet trail enthusiasts and recreation professionals from around the Province, Maritimes, Quebec, Ontario and Maine. A wide variety of presenters have already been booked and we will have a tentative agenda by the end of April. Trail-related topics include:

  • Trail Tourism
  • Active Transportation
  • Trail Development & Design
  • Volunteerism
  • Trail Programming
  • Trail Maintenance
  • Preservation and Nature

Registration Form

For additional information or sponsorship opportunities, please contact Jane Murphy at janemurphy@sentiernbtrail.com

*Contact the Crowne Plaza at 1-877-227-6963 and indicate that you are booking for the New Brunswick Trails Council Conference to receive the special room rate of $139.00. To view the hotel, visit their website at www.crowneplaza.com/fredericton.

Suspension bridge across the Big Salmon River on the Fundy Trail in New Brunswick.

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