The Trek was created to raise awareness of public trees in our communities.  The event is
geared toward people who have the common interest and joy of riding bicycles
and of talking
trees.

This year's Trek des Trees is shaping up to be a fun filled community and family event.  
Beginning at Oakledge Park in Burlington, riders can choose between:

A. An educational bicycle rally - the rally is an opportunity to ride with a group while scouting
out dozens of questions related to the local folklore & history and questions about Burlington's
trees!  
OR

B.
A group road ride traveling through scenic terrain of Burlington and surrounding towns
within the gorgeous Champlain Valley
(with an average pace of 15-18 mph).

If interested in the Rally, you'll need to organize a team of 4 people.  Your team will be given
all the questions and supplies you'll need to find the rally stops and complete your questions
or task. If you cannot put together a team, no problem!  A team will be organized for you the
day of the event.

Both rides finish at Oakledge Park to join together in food, fun, and prizes.  Prizes will be given
for the most correct answers overall by a team, most correct "local questions" answer by a
team and most correct "tree questions" answered.  Other prizes will be awarded for the most
original team name and for the best team uniform (use your imagination)!

Riders (
who are Certified Arborists) riding in the rally earn valuable CEUs while participating in
this fun community event!

For more information please keep your eye out for exciting details, updates, and registration
here!  Or visit
Local Motion in person located in the City of Burlington (by the Apple Mountain Gift
shop near the Lake Champlain Ferry
).

Bike rentals will be available for an additional cost
Contact Jay Miller at
North Star Sports
100 Main Street, Burlington
Phone: 802-863-3832
Email:
info@northstarsports.net
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Mark Chisholm Manchester Presentation
Melissa Duffy - Footlock, Cambridge
Richard Herfurth & Bill Wallace judging in Cambridge
Rich Herfurth & Dennis Ryan judging in Cambridge
Trek des Trees Rally & Ride 2004 with John Wood, Director Valley Cemetery
SPONSORS
VOLUNTEER TREK des TREES COMMITTEE
Mike Jerome & Melissa LeVangie
City of Burlington, Parks & Recreation Department - Prizes
Meyer's Bagels, Pine Street - Breakfast
Speeder & Earl's Coffee - Breakfast (Coffee)
Bartlett Tree Experts - Lunch
Lewis Tree Service - Trek des Trees Vest sponsor
Limb Walker Tree Service - Trek des Trees Vest sponsor
Local Motion - Prizes & publicity
Davey Tree - Prizes
Paperworks &
Cabot - Prizes
Vermont Department of Forest, Parks & Recreation - Prizes
Trees New England LLC - Prizes
Green Mountain Coffee - Prizes
Arnold Arboretum - Prizes
Trek des Trees Logo 2008
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NEW ENGLAND CHAPTER
ISA
NEC-ISA
P.O. Box 435
Norwell, MA 02061
Phone: 978-844-0441
New England Chapter
International Society of Arboriculture