Join in the camaraderie, satisfaction and good health of trail building. Work alongside folks weaving it green in the Shuswap. Swinging a polaski, GSPing new trail lines, chainsawing downed trees, rebuilding washouts. Throughout the Shuswap, folks are working together to build and maintain a world-class network of trails.
Upcoming Volunteer Days:
Thank you to everyone that participated in our spring volunteering days!
Spring & Fall Trail Inventories - can you help? All it takes is picking a trail, going for a walk, taking notes, and sending your report in. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to get an assignment. Click here for trail inventory forms.
Wondering how to help clean up those trails? Click here for a few trail maintenance tips (with photos). Shuswap Trail maintenance standards are based on provincial standards (Rec Sites and Trails BC and BC Parks).
STA volunteers contribute more than their sweat equity. Ecological consultation, lobbying efforts, office work, and writing grant applications are examples of work done by volunteers of the Shuswap Trail Alliance.
As the Shuswap Trail Alliance expands, there is an ever growing need for volunteers. Some of the areas that we are looking for help in are:
If you think there is any way you can help the Trail Alliance "..weave the Shuswap green" please don't hesitate to contact us.
Thank you for your interest!
The Shuswap Trail Alliance Trail Stewardship Program supports local volunteer trail stewards throughout the region. Check out links to some of the forms in the volunteer toolbox (like Trail Inspection forms, Volunteer Logs, Checklists, Planning Sheets, the Volunteer Waiver, and more) by visiting our Standards and Resources page here. Contact 250-832-0102, or click here to inquire about other ways the STA can support your volunteer efforts.
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Enjoy local trails and be courteous to other users.
Fostering a healthy, engaged community in the Shuswap Region – economic/environmental/social – through well designed, maintained, and promoted trails connecting people, culture, and landscape