People with disabilities live in every community and cross every sector of society, yet the conservation movement has historically ignored people with disabilities. Let’s change that now! You can ensure that all people have access to and a voice in your conservation efforts. Through “Outdoors for Everyone” you will learn how to include people with disabilities in planning, strategy, communications, partnership development and implementation of all aspects of your land trust work. Inclusion of everyone shouldn’t be a separate effort for your organization, but instead can be integrated into the fabric of your land trust or agency. Members of the Land Trust Alliance Disability Council and local disability advocates will explore authentic engagement across all sectors of disability: sensory, physical, intellectual, Autism Spectrum Disorder and mental health conditions and mental illness. You will learn how to engage people from various disability communities, tips for board engagement and policy development, preferred language and terms and legal responsibilities, as well as opportunities for outstanding ethical reforms. We will clarify how the tenets of Universal Design and provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act interact to help you plan accessible trails and develop programming to ensure access for everyone.