North Carolina Committee for the East Coast Greenway
The North Carolina Committee consists of volunteers who coordinate route selection and undertake advocacy efforts to move the Greenway ahead in the Tar Heel State. Committee members work to build support and partnerships with citizens, public agencies, and organizations at the local and state level.
Some of our current goals in North Carolina include:
- Sign the route with ECG trail markers to raise awareness and enhance the trail experience
- Designating trails
- Support connections between existing greenway trails and gap areas
- Host strong events throughout our route in late May and early June
- Trail Builder’s Toolbox – ECG trail building, routing, signing, and designation materials
- Advocacy Toolkit – ECG advocacy, communications, and graphics guides and materials
The North Carolina Committee consists of volunteers who dedicate their time and resources to advocate for the creation of local trails. Please help the Committee create the ECG in NC by volunteering your time, becoming a member or sponsoring a mile of trail.
Recently, the North Carolina Committee has:
- Held the first NC-ECG Summit, bringing together stakeholders from local and state agencies and organizations to collaborate on route planning and implementation
- Posted ECG trail markers along all designated trails in Wilmington
- Installed an information/mile sponsor kiosk on the American Tobacco Trail in Durham
- Supported efforts for bridge design and construction along the American Tobacco Trail in Durham and Wake counties
- Bicycle along our current route and report any issues or concerns
- Help develop potential rail-to-trail projects north of Wilmington
- Support events and other activities to engage the public in advancing the ECG
Sponsor a Mile of the ECG in North Carolina
Mile sponsors will have their inscriptions permanently posted in a kiosk along the route in North Carolina and on our website. Learn more.
Become a member of the ECGA
Your membership dues support our advocacy work in North Carolina. Please join today and help us complete the route!
South Atlantic Region Trail Coordinator