The Florida Greenways and Trail System Plan

1000 Friends of Florida

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Wednesday, December 11, 2013
1 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. EST

Tallahassee, FL, United States

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Overview

At this free 1000 Friends of Florida webinar, Doug Alderson, Assistant Bureau Chief for the Office of Greenways and Trails (OGT), and Florida Greenways and Trails Foundation President Dale Allen will discuss the Florida Greenways and Trails System (FGTS) Plan 2013-2017. The plan outlines the new vision for the FGTS and defines the role of the FGTS in advancing Florida’s economy, tourism, health, transportation, recreation, conservation and quality of life. This is the first update to the FGTS Plan since the 1998 Connecting Florida’s Communities laid the groundwork to implement the many greenways and trails programs and projects that currently exist. They will discuss Florida’s priority trails network, the gaps within that system and the current process of identifying the top tier gap projects within the priority trail system.

Resource URL

http://www.1000friendsofflorida.org/communications/webinars/

Speakers

Dale Allen

Confirmed Speaker

Allen is President of the Florida Greenways and Trails Foundation. Previously, he joined the Trust for Public Land (TPL) in 1981, was appointed Southeast Regional Manager in 1986, made a Vice President in 1988, and Senior Vice President in 1999. As regional director, he was responsible for TPL's work ... Read More

Charles Pattison

Confirmed Speaker

As President of 1000 Friends of Florida, Pattison is responsible to the Board for the day-to-day administration of the 1000 Friends’ office which includes working with Florida’s citizens and communities. He also works with the state’s executive and legislative branches on land use and long range planning issues ... Read More

Doug Alderson

Confirmed Speaker

Mr. Alderson has worked with the Florida Office of Greenways and Trails for about 8 years. For most of that time, he coordinated the state’s designated paddling trails, including the 1,515-mile Florida Circumnavigational Saltwater Paddling Trail, as well as the Visit Florida Greenways and Trails website. An avid ... Read More