We need your help!
Would you like to “adopt” a trail? Bear Yuba Land Trust welcomes individuals or groups to make a commitment to help maintain a trail or a section of trail on an ongoing basis.
What is required?
Commitment to visit the adopted trail every two or three weeks, to monitor trail conditions. Minor maintenance, such as pruning brush, branches, and berry vines, or removal of down limbs, loose rock, and litter may be required. Volunteers are responsible for reporting major problems, including large obstructions, such as fallen trees, as well as damage to signs or benches. After completing six months of trail care, a sign is posted, honoring the volunteer as caretaker of that trail.
Trails open for adoption:
• Memorial Park to Empire Street Trail
• Bailey Trail--along the Grass Valley Ditch, near Alta Street
• Litton Trail
• Cascade Canal Trail
• Cascade Access Trail
• Loma Rica Trail
• Alan Thiesen Trail
For More Information Contact Us