The Trail Tamers are partnering with the Pines and Prairies Land Trust to repair on all-access trail on the Colorado River Refuge (CRR) that is unusable to due to silt and other debris from recent flooding by the Colorado river.
The trail provides access to the Colorado river and a wheelchair accessible picnic table. Volunteers will remove sand and other debris from the path and picnic table pad.
The CRR is located in the Tahitian Village Subdivision along Riverside Drive. It is free and open to the public during daylight hours. The Refuge meanders along the Colorado River within old-growth riparian habitat as well as through Post Oak savannah habitats and meadows along the Dragonfly Trail.
Kevin Deiters is the crew leader for this project. Pines and Prairies Land Trust (PPLT) was incorporated as a 501(c)(3) non-profit in February 2001.
The Trail Tamers will return to Candlelight Ranch on Lake Travis during February 9-10 to maintain existing trails.
Patrick Dixon is the crew leader for the project.
Candlelight Ranch provides therapeutic and educational nature-based experiences to enrich the lives of at-risk youth, children with disabilities and their families.
Candlelight Ranch is located 18 miles east of Marble Falls and 9 miles west of Lago Vista off of Highway 1431. Turn onto Muleshoe Bend Trail (private road) and follow it to the left, down the hill until the road forks. Take the left fork to the first gate on your right.
The Trail Tamers will conduct a clinic on flagging new trail and building water bars for the YMCA camp in Comfort Tx. Participants will learn the fundamentals of flagging a new trail and how to properly place and build water bars.
The Trail Tamers are returning on February 16-18 to work on a new trail.
There is a fee for this trip and meals will be provided. If you paid a trip fee for the October trip which was cancelled, the fee will roll forward so you do not need to pay again.
In addition to the camping area at the top, the Stewardship Center has bathrooms with showers as well as a kitchen we will be able to use (with a couple of bunks, too).
Angie Hardy will coordinate this trip. Any questions please contact email@example.com
The Trail Tamers will return to the Davis Mountains Preserve during the week of April 7-13 to maintain and repair an equestrian trail into Cherry Canyon.
Cody Glover will be the crew leader for the project. You will need to provide your own transportation to and from the project. Meals will be provided.
The Davis Mountains Preserve is on Hwy 118, about 26 miles northwest of the town of Fort Davis, and about 11 miles past the McDonald Observatories.
The Central Texas Trail Tamers is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. PO Box 90443, Austin, TX 78709-0443