If you are a current, new or past PTAG steward or if you want to step up to the role of PTAG trail stewardship, please join PTAG at North Park on Sunday, March 23, 2014. Heck, you may just want to get outside and learn how to maintain and protect trails. This is the place to be.
Long time steward, Dave Biber, will be on-hand to discuss trail management methods and techniques. This day will include a teaching session as well as practical application workshops.
Upon conclusion of the orientation day, we'll head down to OTB at the North Park Boathouse for a cool beverage and/or a bite to eat.
Pittsburgh Trails Advocacy Group relies on public support to fund day to day operations. We need your support to work towards the mission of maintaining, protecting and encouraging access to shared-use singletrack trails in Western Pennsylvania. With membership strength and community involvement, Pittsburgh Trails Advocacy Group is able to maintain our non-profit organization status. If you like what PTAG does, please support us by becoming a member. PTAG is a 501(c)(3) non-profit charity and membership fees are tax deductible.