Our inaugural Mid-Atlantic Greenways & Trails Summit will bring together leaders and advocates of active transportation and greenway and trail development to advance bicycling and walking innovations across the region.
We will celebrate the region's progress in developing the East Coast Greenway and other greenway and trail networks while looking at strategies for further advances throughout Maryland, Delaware, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, and Washington D.C.
Registration closes March 22.
Sample a mobile workshop or two Thursday afternoon before our evening reception and opening plenary. Friday features an opening address, announcement of a regional impact report, and a full day of workshops. On Saturday, choose from a handful of opportunities to explore the area's trails by foot or bike.
We're excited to bring each of these inspiring leaders to speak on Friday, April 5, offering their perspectives on greenways and trails and what they mean to our communities. Click each speaker's photo to learn more about their work.
How Greater Philadelphia's greenways and trails are awakening a movement to connect people and place. Our Thursday evening, April 4 program, following a number of afternoon mobile workshop options, includes a welcome to Philadelphia and poster viewing along with this opening plenary featuring a panel of local Circuit Trails greenway leaders. Andrew Johnson, watershed protection director at the William Penn Foundation, will moderate the panel discussion.
We'll send monthly updates on East Coast Greenway progress and people.
Your support helps to develop this ambitious, 3,000-mile route, Canada to Key West. Your membership gift builds more protected miles that we can all enjoy, today and for generations to come.