A Blue Trail is a river adopted by communities that are dedicated to improving family friendly recreation such as fishing, boating, hiking, and wildlife watching, and conserving rivers and lands.
Blue Trails can help local communities connect with their river, increase recreation, and help their local economy. Hitchcock Creek's Blue Trail is a great example of how towns from small to large can benefit from reconnecting with their river.
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Webinar: Developing and making the most out of a corporate sponsorship program – Tuesday, November 18
Are you looking for new tools and a refresher course on developing new or making more out of your corporate sponsorship program? Join us on November 18th at 11am MT for an interactive webinar where you will learn the best practices for getting the most out of a corporate program and cultivating potential supporters. Learn… Read more »
We want your feedback! Have you enjoyed our new Blue Trails Guide website? Are there tools or resources on the site that have really helped you in the work you are doing? Let us know here!
Missed the October 14th webinar on new tools and resources available in the Blue Trails Guide that can help improve recreation and protect hometown rivers? Not to worry – the recorded webinar is posted on the Blue Trails Guide and waiting for you to view.