*RADIO INTERVIEW – SLO County (KYXZ 107.9 FM): August 22 
“Artsy People – The show that promotes local artists, their work and events” LISTEN TO ARCHIVED SHOW

*RADIO INTERVIEW – Marin County (KWMR 89.9 FM): Thursday, September 12 @ 11am – noon
Special show hosted by Christina Desser — LISTEN LIVE: KWMR.org

*RADIO INTERVIEW – Ashland, Oregon (KSKQ 94.1 FM): Tuesday, September 24 @ 10am
“Farm-Talk program, hosted by Dave Munson” — LIVE: KSKQ.org **Meet & greet 9/25 at 320 Oak Street, 7pm

 

OREGON 9/28 Book Event

Saturday, September 28 – 2pm Historic Corvallis, located between Portland and Eugene, has its own unique charm. The lovely Willamette River, which bi-sects town, was an inspiration for the National Trails Guide project; the Willamette is an officially designated River Trail. Corvallis will host the author for a book-signing event. Contact us for invitation. Corvallis, Oregon

NEW MEXICO 5/18-20 – National Trails Event

May 18-20 The Continental Divide Trail Coalition will host the National Trails Workshop in beautiful Abiquiu, New Mexico, where four different national trails intersect in an area of rich history and scenery. The author will join with public lands advocates from across the country who will be presenting at this important conference. More details will be posted soon. Ghost Ranch, New Mexico

 

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PARTNERSHIP FOR THE NATIONAL TRAILS – Conference

October 24, 2018 – 4pm The Partnership for the National Trails hosted this conference next to the Columbia River and Portland, Oregon. The author presented on publishing, utilizing technology and digital media, while still prioritizing time in the outdoors. Learn more. 

MARIN COUNTY LIBRARY – Book Signing

Wednesday, June 26 – 7 pm Marin County Free Library hosted the author for a full presentation of the National Trails Guide. Images from the book were featured, along with “stories from the road.” Corte Madera, CA

PRESIDIO of SAN FRANCISCO – Book Signing

Wednesday, August 14 – 6:30 pm San Francisco’s celebrated Presidio hosted a special book signing, thanks to Bay Area recreation equipment wizards at the Sports Basement. Presentation featured San Francisco’s own long-distance trails, photos and Q&A. Open to the public. An Anza National Historic Trail guided full-moon walk was held after the event. 610 Old Mason Street, San Francisco, CA

OCEANO TRAIN DEPOT – Book Signing

Saturday, August 24 – 2pm  The Central Coast’s classic train depot hosted a special event to celebrate the National Trails Guide. The author gave a book reading and local history expert Norm Hammond shared the colorful past of this region, a hidden gateway to the Oceano Dunes and Pacific Ocean. Speakers also highlighted the Anza National Historic Trail, which intersects with the railroad tracks next to the museum. 1650 Front St, Oceano, CA