The Forest Service is looking for individuals and organizations that would like to adopt their favorite trail. The Adopt-A-Trail program is designed for individuals and community organizations that want to make a difference through volunteering to help keep the trail system accessible, clean, and enjoyable.
Individuals and organizations will provide basic maintenance on a trail segment for a one-year period. Basic maintenance includes trail clearing, limb and brush removal, trash collection, clean and repair water bars, and trailhead clean-up. Other duties may be available for specific trails. Tools are provided by the volunteers and by the District Office.
Volunteer opportunities are flexible. Volunteers can work at their own pace and on their own schedule. A Forest Service employee will oversee the project once approved and an Adopt-A-Trail Agreement is in place. Approximately 530 non-motorized and motorized trail miles are available throughout the Districts, and vary in terrain, elevation, and difficulty level.
HOUSING & AMENITIES Description: No housing is available.