2004 Kentucky Rails to Trails Conference
Greenway Partnerships: Improving Quality of Life

May 14-15, 2004 — Galt House, Louisville, Ky

Presentations

The following sessions have downloadable or viewable presentation files:

Creating Healthier Places for Healthier People
    (Morning Keynote)
    Speaker: Keith Laughlin
    Executive Director, Rails to Trails Conservancy
    View Presentation

Why Chase the Grail of Rails to Trails?
A Good Health Perspective

    (Morning Keynote)
    Speaker: David Allen, MD
    President, Fit Louisville
    View Presentation

Trails for Health
    (A-1)
    Speaker: John Librett
    Physical Activity and Health Promotion, CDC
    View Presentation

Trails for Health
    (A-1)
    Speaker: Chris Abbett
    National Parks Service
    View Presentation

Rail Trails at the County Level
    (A-3)
    Speaker: Judge Rodney Kirtley
    County Judge-Executive for Muhlenberg County
    View Presentation

Success Stories in South Carolina
    (B-1)
    Speaker: Yon Lambert
    Palmetto Conservation Foundation, South Carolina
    View Presentation

Rail Trails and Transportation Enhancement Funding
    (B-3)
    Speaker: Ron Schneider
    Multimodal Programs, KY Transportation Cabinet
    View Presentation

What the Bicycle and Pedestrian Policy Hath Wrought
    (B-3)
    Speaker: Paula Nye
    Multimodal Programs, KY Transportation Cabinet
    View Presentation

Neighborhood Connector Project: Neighbors as Planning Partners
    (C-2)
    Speaker: Helen Siewers
    Greenways Commission of Bowling Green/Warren County
    View Presentation

High Bridge Trail: Making Connections
    (C-3)
    Speaker: Tim Powell
    Wilmore-High Bridge Rail Trail
    View Presentation

Rebuilding Walkable Livable Communities through Hope VI
    (D-1)
    Speaker: Kathleen O’Neil
    Louisville Metro Housing Authority
    View Presentation

Rebuilding Walkable Livable Communities through Hope VI
    (D-1)
    Speaker: Lynda Frost
    Trust for Public Land
    View Presentation

Updated July 14, 2004

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