Saskatchewan Trails Association Annual General Meeting

When: Thursday, March 25, at 7 p.m.

Location: Online Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 811 6246 7122

Passcode: 089125

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This year’s AGM will be a virtual meeting taking place on Thursday, March 25 at 7 p.m. via Zoom. In addition to the business portion, the meeting will feature a presentation by Ashlyn George on the “Using Social Media as a Tool to Promote and Protect Our Trail Systems”.

Social media platforms are a double-edged sword in that they simultaneously educate and share with readers new ways of experiencing the outdoors but along with an influx of new visitors, can increase environmental pressures on sensitive natural systems. As a social media expert and professional outdoor adventure travel writer, Ashlyn will discuss the use of social media as a tool to both promote and protect our trail systems.

The AGM will also feature board elections, resolutions, and audited financial statements. There is no fee to attend.


7:00 p.m.                  Welcome from the STA

7:03 – 7:10 p.m.       Introductions/Members Roundtable

7:10 – 7:30 p.m.       Presentation on the “Using Social Media as a Tool to Promote and Protect Our Trail Systems” from Ashlyn George

7:30                            Call to Order

Approval of the Agenda

Approval of the Previous Meeting Minutes

Business Arising From the Minutes

President’s Report

Approval of Financial Statements

Approval of Auditor

Bylaw Amendments


Board of Directors Election

New Business

8:30 p.m. (approx.)     Adjournment

Click the link to view the Annual Report for 2020:  STA Annual Report 2020

Click the link to view the 2020 AGM Meeting Minutes: 2020 AGM Meeting Minutes

Welcoming Corman Park Horse Riders Association

We are pleased to announce that Grasswood Horse Park/the Corman Park Horse Riders Association (CPHRA), located south of Saskatoon on the corner of Baker Road and Preston Ave., has recently become a member.

The Grasswood Horse Park is managed by CPHRA, a volunteer non-profit group. The riding facilities include a natural trail obstacle course, two fenced arenas – one contains a permanent working equitation course and dressage arena, a perimeter trail and a polocrosse field.

Horse riders/handlers must purchase a CPHRA and Sask. Horse Federation membership to enter the park. The Natural Trail Obstacle Course requires an additional membership for access to that area. All membership fees go towards maintenance and development of the park.

The Park features and amenities include:

Arena #1
140’ x 200’ wood fenced arena

Perimeter Fence and Trail
Providing safe and contained riding

Camping during events
Camping only while attending an organized event (max. 3 nights)

Water Hydrant
Not potable in 2 1000L tanks around the park

Arena #2 Working Equitation and Dressage arena
200′ x 300′ metal fenced arena

Announcer Stand
With power supply

Parking Area
Mowed and marked for more than 50 rigs

Pens for Horses
For temporary holding, overnight only while attending an organized event

Natural Trail Obstacle Course
Over 30 elements, including a trestle bridge and pond

3 Bleachers for Spectators
Polocrosse Field
Port a pot

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