Ten Miles a Pint: How to Make Walking and Biking Part of Your Lifestyle

Jeff Olson will be leading an open conversation about getting the Plattsburgh
Community to the next level of mobility. His presentation will cover
international trends in trails and how people are using them. He will also
talk about the 750 mile Empire State Trail across the state as well as Phase
III of Saranac River Trail which was just funded.

He will also be available to answer questions you may have about how to make
an active commute part of your lifestyle. Come out and take part in this
conversation and meet other people looking to become more active! 

Jeff Olson is an architect, planner, and author who has been involved in
greenways, open space, active living, and alternative mobility projects for
more than 25 years including the design of Saranac River Trail. He has had a
diverse career with national, international, and local experience in public,
private, and non-profit sectors. This experience was recognized in 2014 but
the Association for Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals with a Lifetime
Achievement Award. His unique vision and leadership ability are important
assets to projects ranging from regional planning to site-specific projects
and programs. 

Where: Plattsburgh City Hall, Community Room

When: Wednesday, May 10th, 2017 at 5:00pm

Reservations: Helpful but not required at http://bit.ly/JeffOlsonMay2017

More Information: info@saranacrivertrail.org