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formerly the Monthly Trails Zoom

Update on E-Bikes

Monday, September 18, 2023 - 12pm-1pm

Please Zoom in and join us online for our next open discussion on trails in Arizona led by the Network for Arizona Trails.  Claire Miller from City of Phoenix Parks and Recreation will return the group to our ongoing discussions of the status of e-bikes on recreation trails in Arizona. This is a constantly evolving topic, and we'll check in on some of the latest changes and developments.  

Click below for the recorded session

(we apologize that the video starts about 10min. into the meeting - but contains nearly all of Claire's presentation)

Working Session - Build the Network​

Monday, June 19, 2023 - 12pm-1pm

Join us as we discuss the topics that mean most to everyone working on recreational trails in Arizona - including planning the 2024 Summit for AZ Trails! 

The Great Western Trail​

Monday, May 15, 2023 - 12pm-1pm

Join us for a presentation by AZ State Parks and Trails on the master planning effort for the Great Western Trail in Arizona. Described as " a unique corridor of braided and paralleling trails for both motorized and non-motorized users. The trail system traverses 4,455 miles through Arizona, Utah, Idaho, Wyoming, and Montana." The GWT in Arizona crosses an incredible landscape of deserts, grasslands and forests.


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Natural Restorations - Mitigation and Clean-up

Monday, March 20, 2023 -12pm-1pm

Nicole  Corey will presented on the efforts of Natural Restorations, an Arizona-based non-profit with a mission to remove trash and graffiti from outdoor recreation and wilderness areas, revitalize natural spaces through replanting projects and enrich the lives of military veterans and other community members. 


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Rattlesnake Safety Information

Monday, Feb 27, 2023 -12pm-1pm

Bryan Hughes is the owner of Rattlesnake Solutions, a rattlesnake-focused private conservation organization operating throughout Arizona. His group works with homeowners, businesses, and government agencies to solve situations where human development and rattlesnakes come into conflict - including in our outdoor recreation spaces and trails. Every day he is engaged in conversation with people who fear snakes, often justifiably. His depth of “front line” experience drives his perspectives on coexistence with rattlesnakes and how to do so safely. 

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Statewide Outdoor Recreation in 2023 and Beyond 

Monday, Jan 23, 2023 -12pm-1pm

One of our most critical initiatives is establishing a Arizona State body for regulating and supporting outdoor recreation. We'll talk to members of our Working Groups as well as advocates Statewide to strategize our next steps toward elevating trail rec in AZ in the coming year. 

Joining us is Lena Allen, Director of Outdoor Recreation and Sustainability at the Arizona Office of Tourism. Bring your questions and we'll have a great chat! 

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