PTAG's Board of Directors held its first ever strategic planning retreat on Saturday, August 16th. Todd Owens, a non-profit consultant and co-founder of the Pittsburgh-based firm Nonprofit Talent (http://nonprofittalent.com) worked hard for us to kindly serve as the facilitator.
This summer Eric Goodman, age 16 of Wexford, organized and completed a project for PTAG to re-route an eroded wet section of the Rainbow Trail (red with blue dot) on the North Ridge area of North Park. Two awesome bridges were built. This resulted in improved flow and no mud.
PTAG was recently featured in the Tribune Review and the Herald.
PTAG works with city, county, state and private landowners to ensure access to trails for all user groups. We rely on public support to fund day to day operations. If you like what Pittsburgh Trails Advocacy Group does, please support us by becoming a member. PTAG is a non-profit charity and membership fees are tax deductible.
PTAG is pleased to offer T-shirts and SockGuy socks as premiums for supporting PTAG through membership.