Our Partners

We pride ourselves on collaborating with other organizations to accomplish long-lasting trail and restoration projects. In a time of declining government budgets and with over 1,000 miles of trails in the Roaring Fork Valley to maintain,  RFOV’s work supplements government programs to manage, preserve and protect our public lands utilizing a “hands-on” method to foster a sense of natural area stewardship.

We work with land management agencies, local city and county governments, non-profits, clubs, schools, and more in diverse ways to engage the community in meaningful volunteer trail and restoration projects. Our partners also provide funding to help us complete this important work.


 


 


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Major Partners

Over the years, RFOV has worked with a wide variety of federal, state, and local agencies, municipalities, and non-profits, including:

 

National Forest Foundation
U.S.D.A Forest Service
U.S.D.I. Bureau of Land Management
Colorado State Forest Service
Eagle County
Garfield County
Pitkin County Open Space & Trails
Colorado Department of Transportation
City of Aspen Parks Department
Town of Basalt
Town of Carbondale
City of Glenwood Springs
Town of New Castle
Town of Silt
Town of Snowmass Village
City of Rifle
Roaring Fork Transit Authority (RFTA)
ACES
Aspen Cycling Club
Aspen Historical Society
Aspen Skiing Company
Colorado Backcountry Trail Riders Alliance
Colorado 14ers Initiative
Colorado Mountain Club
Crystal River Elementary School
Ducks Unlimited
Frontier Historical Society
LoVA Trails
Maroon Corps
100 Club
Roaring Fork Conservancy
Roaring Fork Mountain Bike Association
Rock Bottom Ranch
Tamarisk Coalition
Trout Unlimited
Two Rivers Trails
Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado
Waldorf School on the Roaring Fork
Wilderness Workshop



Our nation will succeed or fail to the degree that all of us citizens and businesses alike are active participants in building strong, sustainable and enriching communities. Arnold Hiatt