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Trail Stewardship Program Volunteer Training

  • FACTORY 750 Main Street Grand Junction, CO 81501 United States (map)

Training Overview:

This 60-90 mins training will provide participants with an overview of the McInnis Canyons NCA and the trail opportunities found therein, as well as background information regarding BLM trail planning, trail use and impacts, and how to collect & report "observational monitoring data." 

At the conclusion of the training, volunteers will know how to easily incorporate the monitoring efforts into their everyday experiences while out enjoying the trails in places like Devil’s Canyon, Rabbit Valley, and the Kokopelli Trails.

General Program Overview: 

With generous support from our local REI, CCA has revamped our Trail Stewardship Program for the National Conservation Areas in western Colorado!  

With generous support from our local REI, CCA has revamped our Trail Stewardship Program for the National Conservation Areas in western Colorado!  

In monitoring the diverse recreation areas and trail types found across all three of western Colorado’s NCAs, our program empowers our volunteers to provide the BLM with relevant and timely information about how, when and by whom, these areas are being used. This information is critical to BLM’s effective management of these unique and well-loved resources and our program makes it easy for volunteers to incorporate the monitoring efforts into their everyday experiences out enjoying the trails in our NCAs! 

Click for more information on CCA's Trail Stewardship Program

For questions, contact Killian Rush via
killian@canyonsassociation.org or 970-263-7902.

Earlier Event: September 9
Riverside Stewardship Fall Trip