This program introduced me to new ideas or provoked me to think more critically about planning trails.

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* 1. This program introduced me to new ideas or provoked me to think more critically about planning trails.

This summit and the issues discussed were relevant to my community, now or in the future.

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* 2. This summit and the issues discussed were relevant to my community, now or in the future.

The ideas or techniques presented in this summit are useful to me as I do my job or serve the community.

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* 3. The ideas or techniques presented in this summit are useful to me as I do my job or serve the community.

Speakers were knowledgeable and presented their session well at the Georgia Trail Summit.

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* 4. Speakers were knowledgeable and presented their session well at the Georgia Trail Summit.

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Engaging people of color with nature
Columbus’ missing link: Designing the Dragonfly
Equity and trails: Atlanta’s Proctor Creek Greenway
Equity and trails: Affordable housing on the BeltLine
Highlands to Islands Trail for health and mobility
Setting a vision for public parks
Planning and building the Firefly Trail
Best Practices for bike parking and repair
Building award-winning trails at Cochran Mill Park
Award winning horse trails at FDR State Park
Innovative funding solutions for trails in Tennessee
Vision 53: Accessing the Chattahoochee waterfront
Show me the money: Public funding options for trails
The First Step from brownfields
Think Big. Manage Small: Concept to constructing mega-trails
Develop the Georgia Trails Alliance & Spotlight on trail concepts that are brewing
Restoring 50 miles of trail on Cumberland Island
Building Trails and Parks in Retirement
Making the case for trails with existing resources
Building a water trail to activate your local river
Atlanta BeltLine, Phase 2: Building the Westside Trail
Sustainable trail construction from a contractor’s view
Blazing Trails: Partnering with Universities in Community Trail Projects
Reclaiming and connecting urban waterfront trails
Sweet tea and Southern hospitality are no longer enough - Tourism
Recipe for successful trail towns:  Carrollton, Columbus, LaGrange and Newnan
Collaborating with land trusts to build trails
Enhancing trails’ value: Health policies that work
Managing 300 miles of the Benton MacKaye Trail with volunteers
How much value for the money was the Georgia Trail Summit? ($100 for all 3 days + meals + workshops)

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* 5. How much value for the money was the Georgia Trail Summit? ($100 for all 3 days + meals + workshops)

Were you well informed about the event, prior to the Summit?

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* 6. Were you well informed about the event, prior to the Summit?

Was the summit length too long, too short, or about right?

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* 7. Was the summit length too long, too short, or about right?

How would you rate the mobile workshops?

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* 8. How would you rate the mobile workshops?

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Walking history of the Riverwalk en route to party
Raft the Hooch with Whitewater Express
Bike Connections: Riverwalk>Dragonfly>Fall Line Trace Rail Trail
Stroll our Tree Canopy w/Trees Columbus
Paddle the Hooch from CSU's Oxbow Nature Ctr
Mountain bike Flat Rock Trail w/SORBA
Equestrian trail ride at FDR Park
MLK Heritage Trail Walk
Geocache along the Riverwalk
Trail run with Big Dog Running
Bike tour Callaway Gardens Discovery Trail
Which area do you most closely represent at this event?

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* 9. Which area do you most closely represent at this event?

What suggestions do you have for improving this event?

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* 10. What suggestions do you have for improving this event?

 

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