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Collaborative trail tourism development in Williams Lake

At the beginning of May I spent a couple of days with students from Thompson Rivers University who were participating in the Adventure Tourism Department's Trail Tourism Field School.
I was asked by their Instructor, Craig Campbell, to deliver a presentation on the importance of involving local advocacy groups and trail user communities during the trail tourism development process. I spoke to the importance of properly planning and implementing a community engagement framework in order to build successful partnerships between the tourism industry and the local trail user community.

At the beginning of May I spent a couple of days with students from Thompson Rivers University who were participating in the Adventure Tourism Department's Trail Tourism Field School.
 

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