This 2.5-day event is an inagural TKO Leadership Summit, open to folks who are:
- Current Crew Leaders – CLs/ACLs and;
- TKO Board and advisory members and;
- Other local community volunteers, Agency staff and partners who are interested in learning our leadership structure – if you’re wondering if this is right for you, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to start the conversation.
This event features sessions on:
- TKO’s leadership culture about safety, inclusiveness and the quality of stewardship for the volunteer experience and the trails we tend to.
- In depth strategic planning and annual work plans for current and future trail stewardship/advocacy initiatives.
- Leadership awareness training to grow our organization.
Your registration includes:
- Two days of leadership training from TKO leaders, staff and partners.
- Friday dinner, Saturday 3 squares and Sunday breakfast/lunch – specific dietary options can be selected during registration
- Lodging – you have the option of 1.) bunking in a shared room in the main lodge (bring your own bedding), 2.) commuting to the training or 3.) grabbing lodging near by at your own cost.
What to bring:
- Sturdy boots – please bring sturdy boots that will protect your toes from sharp tools. For safety reasons, we cannot allow tennis shoes, sandals etc. during the trail work sessions.
- Long sleeved shirt and work pants – wear what you won’t mind getting dirty in
- Rain gear and warm layers – it will be February on the coast, please come prepared for all weather.
- Work gloves – we will have loaner pairs available
- Water bottle – 2L minimum highly recommended
- Travel mug – help us keep our waste low!
- Daypack – for carrying all of the above
- Towel and personal toiletries – there are showers at camp, yay!
- Non-work clothes and a change of shoes – for the non-trail work times.
- Pillow and a sleeping bag – if staying in the bunk rooms
This Summit is designed to be both class and on-trail experiences. Please come prepared to participate in thoughtful and challenging discussions, learn new leadership skills, and, of course, do some trail work!
This event is generously funded by a grant from the REI Co-op. Thanks REI!