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New tech supports sustainable trail planning in the Shuswap

News Release: May 17, 2018

 
New tech supports sustainable trail planning in the Shuswap
 
The Shuswap, British Columbia – Dynamic extremes in weather, water, and fires are impacting all parts of our lives. Planning for resilience and adaptation are growing concerns for trail planners considering sustainability into the future. A recent grant through the Shuswap Community Foundation is assisting Shuswap Trail Alliance leadership draw on mobile technology to improve their ability to design and build more resilient trails.
 
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For more information on this release, contact:
 
Phil McIntyre-Paul
Executive Director,
The Shuswap Trail Alliance
250-804-1964
phil@shuswaptrails.com
www.shuswaptrailalliance.com
 

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West Bay Trail Working Group Memorandum of Understanding Signing
Fri Jan 31, 2020 @ 1:00 pm
@ Pierre's Point Log Building
A safe connection between the City of Salmon Arm and neighbouring Indigenous band lands takes a giant leap forward with the signing of a memorandum of understanding on the West Bay Connector Trail in January.
Annual Shuswap Trail Alliance Fundraiser/Dance
Fri Feb 7, 2020   6:30 pm - 1:00 am
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