Our AGM will feature a presentation on the Beaver Flat 50 Trail Run at Saskatchewan Landing Provincial Park/Photo: Russell Hodgins.
Trail builders, administrators and enthusiasts will be gathering at Meewasin Valley Authority on Saturday, March 30 at 10:30 a.m. for the STA’s AGM. It’s the ultimate networking event to discuss trails and outdoor recreational activities. The fee is $25 and you can register by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.
The AGM features a fantastic group of presenters and there’s also an opportunity for interested persons to step forward and join our volunteer board of directors. If you’re interested in running for the board, contact Pat Rediger at email@example.com.
Whether you’re part of a trail group or just love the outdoors, we’d love to see you attend our AGM.
Jeff and Warren Dudar, Prairie Sky: Jeff and Warren will be discussing the Beaver Flat 50 Trail Run at Saskatchewan Landing Provincial Park. The run courses 2,300 meters of vertical gain across 50 kilometers with almost 8,000 feet of total climb. Because the prairies are thought of as only flat, the event is marketed as #anythingbutflat.
Joe Milligan, Ministry of Parks, Culture and Sport: Saskatchewan’s Lac La Ronge Provincial Park, including the historic Churchill River system, is a world class destination for thousands of canoeist, kayakers and anglers from across the world. It is also home to multiple First Nations communities whose people continue to use the land as they have for thousands of years. With all of this activity one of the biggest challenges is dealing with human waste. In this presentation we’ll look at how technology and partnership is being used to address this to the benefit of all.