1:00 pm Isham and Inwood Hill Parks led by Pat Courtney and Sid Horenstein
1:00 pm Van Cortland Park led by Victor Scelzo, Vice President, Urban Trail Conference hiking club
3:00 pm Van Cortlandt Park led by Christina Taylor, Executive Director, Friends of Van Cortlandt Park
3:30: Workshop #1: Building Sustainable & Environmentally Appropriate Trails: What makes for a ‘good’ trail? Learn about the art and science of trail building from John Bauer, our New York West Hudson Program Coordinator.
4:30: Workshop #2: Trail Conference Publications: Sneak preview of the newest hiking books and map apps of 2013. Also, hear the colorful, 90-year history of the New York Walk Book. Presenters: Daniel Chazin, Jeremy Apgar
5:30: Social hour and Dinner
6:30: Business Meeting
7:15: Keynote Speaker: Sidney Horenstein, geologist and Environmental Educator emeritus, American Museum of Natural History. Learn about the campaign to restore and reopen New York City’s oldest bridge, The High Bridge. This centerpiece of the Old Croton Aqueduct carried water across the Harlem River to Manhattan in pipes, which still run through the bridge’s deck.
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