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ESVA has started a program to review all YRE walk directions with the goal of creating standardization using the Trailmaster guide as the standard.  Here are links:


See the new 2016 AVA-ESVA Special Programs Checklist on the ESVA Forms page.  All expired programs have been removed.  If you want to alter it to add some programs which have expired, ask Nancy Wittenberg for the Word version --


2007 AVA Convention presentation by the Sacramento Walking Sticks -- the largest Volkssport club in the US.  Click Here to see what they did.  Your attitude and willingness to change, are your greatest assets.

Links and Information for clubs

To find club contact information click on About Us, above, then Club Contacts on the left.

Next ESVA Meeting

Please see ESVA Board Meeting Documents link on the left for information about the next ESVA Meeting and any documents as they are available.

More Information Form

If you can't find the information you need in the links on the left, click here to get a form to fill out that will go to the ESVA President.  Or contact the President directly (contact information on ESVA Officers page.)

New "Come Walk With Us" Brochure

Bob Morrison's "Come Walk With Us" brochure has been updated and can be used for both Oregon and Washington.  It's intended for use in place of The NW Pathfinder for health fairs, walks and other publicity occasions.  Put your club's information label in the space provided on the back and insert your club's own upcoming walk brochures or list of year round events.  It's best printed on 24lb paper, double sided.  Fold in half and insert a 5 1/2" x 4 1/4" brochure or sheet.  Click on the heading above.

Collaboration with the Foster Parents Association of Washington

Foster Parents Association of Washington

Volkssport clubs in various areas in Washington have an opportunity to work with the Foster Parents Association of Washington to hold a joint walk that will bring walkers not familiar with volkssports to your walks.  To find out more about FPAWS and the fund raising walks they do, see  Volkssporters are under no obligation to participate in fund raising for the organization.  But, it is an opportunity to educate people about our sport.  Please see the following documents about our collaboration.  If you have questions, please contact Nancy Wittenberg,, 253-841-0580, who will act as liaison between volkssport clubs and FPAWS.



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