Add Your EventWe post trail or outdoor events on trail specific facebook pages, the main OTC facebook page, and the event section of the OTC website. You can send us your event and we'll post it to these extensive networks. Each week we reach over 20,000 people, so if you want your event known, a bit better, send us the information.
Add/Edit TrailsAn important part of the Refreshed OTC Web site will be a dynamic page dedicated to each trail. It is important that you give us as much information as possible - this will be the only source for creating your dedicated page on the OTC Web site. If we don't get the information from you, it won't make it onto the site. If you have any questions about the form, please contact Patrick at 613-484-1140. Thank you for taking the time to add or edit your trail on the Ontario Trails Council Web site.
Be a Friend of TrailsWe invite all trail users to support the work of the Ontario Trails Council. As a registered charity we do our community work based on the support of member organziations, individuals and some government grants. We do the work, in the end for the individual families and folks that use the trails every day. Please consider supporting us as your thanks for your trails. Thank you.
Member Requests1) Algonquin College program on-line
3) Post Photos to Pinterest
4) OTC on Foursquare
5) Safe Trails Manual
6) OTC Youtube Channel
7) Ontario Trails Maps
8) Enabling Change Program
9) OTC Board 2012-13
Manager, Forestry Services, Renfrew County
Ex-officio - Executive Director
We currently have 2 vacancies on the OTC Board. If you are interested please e-mail Jack De Wit to discuss.
The ideas, opinions, re-posting of news, editorials and content contained in this newsletter are not necessarily the ideas or opinions of the OTC Board or staff. This news is intended for informational purposes only.
OTC Event Planning Guide
On behalf of OTC we thank you for your support. If there is a group you know that is not a member contact us and we'll send them a note on membership benefits. This past week we received a renewal from Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority and Sault Ste. Marie Thank you very much for your support!
The Ontario Trails Council is a charitable organization, incorporated in 1991, that promotes the creation, development, preservation, management and use of recreational trails in Ontario.
Be sure to get a copy of the latest OTC E-bulletin (circulation 880+) - here
Join one of our facebook pages (>6000 friends) - here
Add or Edit your trail - here
Complete a survey - here
Twitter to or at us (12840 followers) - here
Join the blog - here
Join Trail Counts - here
Take an On-Line Education Course - here