• photo of a replica keelboat with a crew member on the bow at sunset

    Lewis & Clark

    National Historic Trail ID,IL,IA,KS,MO,MT,NE,ND,OR,SD,WA

Trail Talk

drawing of a 1950's era microphone as an icon for Trail Talk conference calls

Trail Talk is dedicated to talking about issues related to interpretation, education, and volunteer services. It serves to build a network of interpreters, informal educators, and volunteer managers across the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail.

This dialogue is held monthly by conference call, covering a myriad of topics.

Please check below to find out the next date for Trail Talk, to download an agenda, and to download minutes from the meeting.

NEW NUMBER! To join a call, dial 1-877-784-6085; when asked for a passcode, dial 3388423. Please state your name and say, "Hello" to let us know you have joined the call.

 

Date

Topic

Guest - TBD

September 17, 2013 Cultural Heritage Tourism

Sammye Meadows
Senior Lands Partnership Advisor, AIANTA

October 15, 2013 Government Shutdown

Prevented Call

November 12, 2013 Junior Rangers

Trail Talk Staff

December 17, 2013

Discover the Lewis and Clark Trail Heritage Foundation

Margaret Gorski, President of the Board LCTHF and Lindy Hatcher, Executive Director, LCTHF

January 2014 NO TRAIL TALK

Trail Talk Planning

February 18, 2014

TBD

March 18, 2014 TBD

April 15, 2014 TBD

May 20, 2014 TBD

June-August 2014

Trail Talk Summer Break

September 16, 2014 TBD


This schedule is subject to change.

Did You Know?

Columbia River

Jefferson sent the Corps of Discovery to find the "most direct & practicable water communication across [the] continent." Although the Corps did not find the water route Jefferson had hoped for, they did explore 4 major rivers: the Missouri, the Columbia, the Snake, and the Yellowstone.