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Getting Involved in Trail Advocacy: The Essentials
Join Rails-to-Trails Conservancy on Feb. 24th to learn more about initiatives in to increase state and federal funding for trails, walking and biking across the country and harness renewed energy for active transportation.

Right now, most state legislatures are meeting to consider budgets and other policies that affect trails, walking and biking. Meanwhile in DC, the 117th Congress is tasked with passing a reauthorized Fixing America’s Surface Transportation (FAST) Act, while tackling significant economic and environmental challenges.

With so many opportunities to advocate for infrastructure that contributes to healthy, safe, and equitable communities, there are many ways to make your voice heard. This webinar will highlight the opportunities and challenges of advocating for trail and active transportation infrastructure during the pandemic, providing you with strategies & resources to effectively engage with your elected officials.

- Patrick Wojahn, director of government relations, RTC
- Drew Dupuy, director of state level advocacy, RTC
- Brian Housh, Mid-western policy manager, RTC
- Andrea LaFountaine, executive director, Michigan Trails & Greenways Alliance

Join us to learn how you can make a difference, no prior advocacy experience required!

Feb 24, 2021 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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