Our volunteer board is made up of members throughout the Shuswap region.
|Marshall, Rob||Past Chairemail@example.com||2021|
|Massey, Carmen D.||Chairfirstname.lastname@example.org||2021|
|McKee, Scott||Vice Chairemail@example.com||2021|
2021 Shuswap Trail Alliance ANUAL GENERAL MEETING (May 18, 2021) via Zoom. If you missed it, check out these links to the 2021 STA AGM Agenda (including 2020 Financial Statements); 2020/2021 STA Coordination Report, and the Presentation Slides check full of photos from trail projects in 2020.
2020 Shuswap Trail Alliance ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING (October 20, 2020) via Zoom. If you missed it, check out these links to the 2019/2020 AGM package (including 2019 Financial Statements);2019/2020 STA Coordinators Report, and the Presentation Slides chock full of photos from trail projects in 2019 & 2020.
2019 Shuswap Trail Alliance ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING (May 21, 2019) South Canoe Elementary Outdoor School. If you missed it, check out these links to the 2019 AGM Meeting Package (including 2018 Financial Statements), Annual Executive Directors Report, and the Presentation Slides chock full of photos from trail projects in 2018.
2018 Shuswap Trail Alliance ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING (May 15, 2018) Okanagan College, Salmon Arm Campus. (To include adoption of new Bylaws for BC Societies Act Transition.) See AGM meeting package, including new Constitution & Bylaws. And the 2017 Year End Financial Statement. As well, check out the Executive Director's Annual Progress Report.
Each year, an annual work plan is updated based on the Shuswap Trails Strategic Plan. Priorities for the Shuswap Trail Alliance's annual work plan are guided by direction from the regional trails strategy and roundtable, regional trail stewards, trail advisories, and Secwepemc, Provincial, Regional, and Municipal planning strategies, advisories, and leadership.
Several Key Strategic Planning Processes and resulting Documents have been instrumental in the evolution of the Shuswap Trail Strategy and Shuswap Trail Alliance: (Follow the links below)
Fostering a healthy, engaged community in the Shuswap Region – economic/environmental/social – through well designed, maintained, and promoted trails connecting people, culture, and landscape