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Aerial photo of the Cucamonga Creek Trail between 24th and 26th Streets

25th Street Trail Entrance
25th Street Trail Entrance
View of Trail from 26th Street
View of Trail from 26th Street

ADOPT-A-TRAIL PROGRAM

 

The Adopt-A-Trail Program (AAT) is a voluntary agreement between a particular organization, a business, and the USDA Forest Service. The adoption of a trail by a given organization requires that they provide the maintenance needed to sustain recreational use by the public. The Forest Service provides the necessary training, supplies and equipment when possible. The business provides an annual cash contribution ($500 or $1000) to assist the AAT organization and the Forest Service with the purchase of supplies.

 

The level of required maintenance varies with each trail, the organization's capabilities, and must be matched with the level of trail needs. The types of maintenance the trail would need include:

 

     Maintain trail to the designated rating

  • Remove litter and any foreign items from trail
  • Remove brush that encroaches onto the trail
  • Remove traces of any use that occurs off the designated trail
  • Place rocks or logs in trail for better traction
  • Install, maintain, and replace trail markers
  • Install, maintain, and replace signs and bulletin boards as needed
  • Install, repair, and clean waterbars or other drainage structures
  • Provide protection to stream crossings, meadows, and wet areas
  • Other related maintenance activities as specified on the operating plan

If you are interested in participating in the Adopt-A-Trail Program please click below

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