Interested in helping maintain public trails? Here's what you need to bring.

Interested in helping maintain public trails? Here's what you need to bring.

Come on down! No experience required! That’s right, you just need a smile, a good attitude, and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). The Oregon Timber Trail Alliance stewardship events aren’t just about clearing trail. They are also about educating folks on trail maintenance techniques you can take back and use at your local trails (or along the OTT!). 

2018 Event Calendar — Stewardship Campouts, Sawyer Trainings, Slideshows, & more

2018 Event Calendar — Stewardship Campouts, Sawyer Trainings, Slideshows, & more

It's the new year and we're gearing up for a busy twelve months on the Oregon Timber Trail. A lot of you have been asking about our popular Stewardship Campouts and Sawyer Certifications so we've been busy getting all our ducks in a row. Here is our 2018 calendar of events covering a broad spectrum from cooking, in the backcountry, to social panel events, to weekend-long certifications. We hope this series is inspiring and educational and we're looking forward to sharing these experiences with you. 

SURVEY: Did you ride part or all of the Oregon Timber Trail? We want to hear from you.

 © Gabriel Amadeus

© Gabriel Amadeus

Since launching the Oregon Timber Trail route guide and GPS files in June over 1,000 people have download these resources. But how many of you actually got out on the trail? We've seen some incredible journeys play out on the OTT Riders Facebook Group, The Radavist, Revelate Designs, and MTBR.com but now we want to hear about your experience.

It doesn't matter if you only rode for a few hours or a few weeks, your answers will help improve the route resources, guide trail alignment improvements, and obtain grant funding. We appreciate your time and sincerely thank you for exploring Oregon with us in the Pioneer Year of the Oregon Timber Trail. 

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