Byway Leader Training
Byway Leader Training is an important way for Byway leaders, volunteers, tourism professionals, state Byway coordinators, and agency representatives to begin or renew their Byway planning and management familiarity. Networking with other Byway leaders may be the best reason to attend.
- How Byway organizations are thriving without Federal funding
- Interpretation and how to Tell Your Story
- Strategies to update your Corridor Management Plan (CMP)
- Priorities for marketing, partnerships, and fundraising
- Byway jargon – Wayshowing, viewshed protection, resource interpretation, and more
Registration cost of $95.00 includes all meals and course materials. Reduced accommodation rates offered upon registration. Please contact Sharon Strouse, firstname.lastname@example.org or 330-231-3468, for more information. Click here for a sample curriculum.
To register, complete the application form (download from the button above) and return per instructions on the form. A check or payment via PayPal is required with registration. First come-first registered.
2022 – Three trainings offered, details below:
Florida – March 30-31 – registration deadline Fri. March 18 – 24 participants!
New Hampshire – May 18-19 – registration deadline Sun. May 1
Colorado – June 6-7 – registration deadline Mon. May 23
New Hampshire – Woodstock, May 18-19, 2022 – Hosted by the White Mountains Trail Scenic Byway and New Hampshire Lakes Region Tourism. Sponsored by the Woodstock Inn and Brewery. Reduced accommodation rates at Woodstock Inn rooms: $75/night + tax (www.woodstockinnnh.com), 603-745-3951. Mention the Byway Leader Training.
Colorado – Cripple Creek, June 6-7, 2022, hosted by the Gold Belt National Scenic Byway. Sponsored by the Colorado Scenic & Historic Byway Program and Cripple Creek Colorado. Reduced accommodation rates offered upon registration to all participants.
Colorado byway leaders should contact Charlotte Bumgarner <email@example.com> to register for in-state participation rates.
VIRTUAL Training 2023 dates TBD:
Coming to you from the National Scenic Byway Foundation Office along the Amish Country Byway in Millersburg, Ohio. Dates and times to be determined.