265 days left until Canoecopia!     March 13 - 15
Canoecopia is presented by Rutabaga Paddlesports



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  Raine Gardner


www.msa-ps.com

Raine Gardner is a Professional Engineer who leads the park and recreation discipline for MSA Professional Services. She has helped communities across the Midwest to plan, design and construct projects including waterfront development, river corridor planning, water trails, recreational parks, multi-use trails, splash pads and aquatic facilities. She leads a team of landscape architects, waterfront development specialists and project engineers. Raine frequently speaks on topics related to parks and recreation at state-wide, regional, and national meetings and conferences, providing audiences with national trends and applying them locally to develop successful park and recreation assets. Being a resident of Baraboo and an avid paddler, she knew the Baraboo River was an untapped recreation resource.



Presentations

 Exploring the Baraboo River Water Trail
Pre-recorded - Sun 4:00pm-5:00pm 

The Baraboo River in south-central Wisconsin is the longest restored free-flowing river in America. Since the last dams were removed, the river is becoming a premier water trail and a rousing model for multi-community collaboration. There are currently 10 communities, two counties, and a non-profit organization focusing on the goal of the Baraboo River becoming the first fully ADA-accessible water trail in the country. Join the adventure down this historic 120-mile water trail, complete with tips on where to park and launch, ADA accessible entry points, and river features.


 
Canoecopia is presented by Rutabaga Paddlesports

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