Oregon Outdoor Recreation Summit and Oregon Trails Summit Virtual Program, Online, Monday, 28. September 2020
About this Event
Register here for all online programming to receive a full summit program with unique registration links for each online event.
Just joining us for the film series? Register for that here too!
Continuing education credits will be available where applicable through a partnership with American Trails.
Preliminary 2020 Online Summit Schedule Overview:
(Full program link coming soon!)
Monday, September 28th: Summit Online Kick-Off: Oregon Outdoor Recreation Community Updates
4:30-6:00 pm: Grab a local beer, tea, coffee, wine, or kombucha and join us from home for a fun and inspiring video and photo tour of awesome projects around the state. Meet the local leaders making the magic happen.
Monday, October 12th: Summit Plenary: NEW RELEASE: Outdoor Recreation Economic Impact Study
12:00-1:15: Hear the findings of the new Oregon Outdoor Recreation Impact Study and discover how to effectively use this information in your daily work.
Trail Tuesdays: September 29, October 6, October 13
1:30-2:30 pm: Join us each Tuesday of the summit for a webinar or forum focused on different topics related to our shared work to develop, maintain, and increase access for all to a world-class, sustainable trails system in Oregon.
Webinar Wednesdays: September 30th, October 7, October 14
1:30-2:30 pm: Join us each Wednesday of the summit for a different webinar with timely information that matters for the outdoor recreation community to thrive in this time.
Thirsty Thursday Film Nights: October 1, October 8, October 15
7:30 pm: Find a salty snack and thirst quenching beverage and settle in at home to join a statewide watch party of outdoor films. Make sure to hang around for the online film discussion each night to connect with friends and colleagues from around the state.
Friday Forums: October 2, October 9, and October 16
12:00-1:00 pm: Join a virtual lunch table discussion on a different topic each week.
Monday, October 19th: Summit Closing: Keynote Address & Oregon Outdoor Recreation Leadership Update
The producers of the Oregon Outdoor Recreation Summit aim to welcome the broad outdoor community and recognize that financial costs are a barrier for some to participate. We encourage folks to pay for the Full Summit Pass if you are able. No one will be turned away for lack of funds.
Your Full Summit Pass registration dollars go directly to the Oregon Trails Coalition to support the summit and other programming throughout the year. Registration fees are not tax deductible, but additional donations are.
100% of Film Nights donations after credit card processing fees will be split equally between the following featured initiatives: Wild Diversity, The Chúush Fund for Clean Water for Warm Springs, and the Filmed by Bike BIPoC Filmmaker Grant Program.