Speaker an advocate for all walks of life

Lauds GJ as pedestrian-friendly city

Dan Burden speaks at the inaugural Walking and Biking Trails Summit held Friday at Two Rivers Convention Center. Burden, an advocate for city walking, was the keynote speaker at the event.



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Dan Burden speaks at the inaugural Walking and Biking Trails Summit held Friday at Two Rivers Convention Center. Burden, an advocate for city walking, was the keynote speaker at the event.

Dan Burden is a big believer in the power of walking. So much so the 69-year-old advocate and executive director of the Walkable and Livable Communities Institute has spent more than 35 years…




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This fits right in with closing motorized routes in our public lands. They want us to move into walkable cities not be an impact in the outlying areas! Sounds suspiciously like UN Agenda 21! (If you don’t know what that is—google it! It is a UN report that can be found on the UN website and lays out plans to control YOU!)

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