Reflecting on our work in 2022
We’ve had a great year on the Bigfoot Trail thanks to our board members, grant funders, members, and other donors. 2022 highlights include three, week-long work trips, our first board visioning retreat since before COVID, and continued work on our youth education grant experiences across the Klamath Mountains. What follows are some highlights.
Trail Working Trips
Check out our film from the trip
Youth Education Curriculum
In this SH Cowell funded project, the Bigfoot Trail Alliance is partnering with other nonprofits across the region to get into classrooms and teach place-based science lessons that connect our local youth through community science.
Check out our other curriculum HERE.
Looking Forward to 2023
We have more plans for 2023. At our first board retreat in a few years, we developed a trail working plan, created a committee structure to work within, and voted in 4 new board members who will start terms in January!
Trail Work in 2023
- Tule Creek Trail near Hayfork
- May or June
- Yolla Bolly-Middle Eel Wilderness between D Camp and North Yolla Bolly Springs
- Big Flat work partnering with the Shasta-Trinity National forest. We plan to work up Packers Peak and the Lady Gulch Trail
- Upper Wooley Creek in the Marble Mountain Wilderness
- Trinity Alps between Packers Peak and Rush Creek Lakes
- CCC Collaborative