Kanab breakout sessions

2021 Breakout Sessions | KANAB

Tracks:

Healthy & Active Lifestyles

Outdoor Industry & Business

Outdoor Recreation Community Development

Policies & People

Trails, Towns, & Tourism

10:00-11:00 AM

Outdoor Recreation Community Development Outdoor Rural Toolkit Description coming
Trails, Towns & Tourism Funding Sources to Improve Your Outdoor Town  Description coming
Outdoor Industry & Business Rebranding + Marketing Do you want to learn all about successful rebranding and marketing campaigns? Whether you market a business, brand, destination, or activity, you’ll learn tips and tricks from these professionals.
Healthy & Active Lifestyles Hikers, Hospitals, & Healthcare in Rural Communities How do communities – especially rural communities – balance the health benefits their residents experience from time outdoors with the challenges that can come with outdoor adventures? Listen to a discussion about the issues and challenges surrounding health, healthcare, and outdoor recreation in rural communities.

11:15 AM – 12:15 PM

Outdoor Recreation Community Development Effectively Working Across Boundaries – A Collaborative Learning Workshop with Land Management Agencies  Do you dream of identifying shared problems, while brainstorming solutions, with land managers from the local, state, and federal levels? Have you been part of successful collaborative projects and can describe what made those work? Join this Exploring Solutions Workshop to workshop through the ways local, state, and federal land managers can collaborate better to make the outdoors better for everyone.
Trails, Towns & Tourism Recreation Overcrowding: Loving Our Wild Places to Death  Everyone – even people who don’t yet know the rules – benefits from and deserves time outside. How can we help folks to get outside and enjoy nature and recreation on our public lands while keeping them safe, reducing overcrowding and irresponsible behavior?
Outdoor Industry & Business Making Your Community the Next Hub for Outdoor Companies What are outdoor industry companies looking for from a rural community? Learn what companies look for in a location that can help them recruit, train, keep their workforce happy, and make sure their business thrives.
Policies & People Wildlife-Based Recreation & the Next Generation Join as multi-generational panelists and their kids discuss how wildlife-based recreation (hunting, fishing) can be a generational pursuit, with a strong shared personal connection to the land, its preservation, and the sport. How can land managers, recreators, business owners, and more better serve these generational pursuits? Both parent and youth panelists will give attendees this insight.

2:00-3:00 PM

Outdoor Recreation Community Development Sharing Special Places on Social Media  Description coming
Outdoor Recreation Community Development Crafting a Community-Led Vision for Regional Recreation Management in Greater Zion Managing resources and visitors in high-demand outdoor recreation areas in Utah remains an ongoing challenge to ensure the best possible visitor experience and local community health and quality of life. Solutions to trip planning, visitor experience, dispersal, mobility, and economic opportunity require regional collaboration and resources beyond what individual recreation destinations can offer. 

Greater Zion Landscape stakeholders are embarking on a regional recreation management strategy in an effort to craft a shared, community-led vision that addresses recreational demands in a manner that stewards resources effectively. Learn about this recreation planning effort in real time from partners crafting a regional strategy that identifies priority infrastructure investments, seeks financial leverage, and explores new economic models for sustainable revenue generation for the outdoor economy.

Policies & People To be announced Description coming
Healthy & Active Lifestyles Community Parks & Rec Transitioning to Outdoor Recreation Programming Description coming

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