Guy Headland visits the historic White River Bridge

Guy Headland of the National Parks Service joined us recently in Clarendon to present information on the Rivers, Trails and Conservation Assistance Program. The program works with cities, communities, non-profits and a host of groups plan and create trails, parks and accesses to natural areas. Specifically the program helps groups to:

  • Define project vision and goals

  • Inventory and map community resources

  • Identify and analyze key issues and opportunities

  • Engage collaborative partners and stakeholders

  • Design community outreach and participation strategies

  • Develop concept plans for trails, parks, and natural areas

  • Set priorities and build consensus

  • Identify funding sources

  • Develop a sustainable organizational framework to support the project

The meeting was an informational luncheon for the City Council to learn more about the program and consider applying for the 2015 cycle.

To learn more about the progrom, check it out here: Rivers, Trails, & Conservation Assitance Program


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