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.
This schedule is subject to change.
Did You Know?
Twenty years before the Lewis and Clark Expedition, Thomas Jefferson hoped to mount the “Clark Expedition.” In 1783, Jefferson asked William Clark’s brother and Revolutionary War hero, George Rogers Clark, to lead a cross country expedition to explore the west. Clark declined the offer.