This is our story.
We work hard, carve out sustainable trail, connect with our landscape, restore trails, laugh with our crew, plant wetlands, catch glimpses of wildlife, build rock walls, rest to admire a wildflower, remove invasive species, meet like-minded folks, and push through our fatigue to finish the day strong,and celebrate afterward with a hearty dinner and good beer.
All the while, we like to capture images that demonstrate the volunteer experience and the natural world that inspires us do the work that we do… to be stewards of our trails & public lands.
A photo is worth a thousand words…
Public ProjectsOur public projects provide an opportunity for community members to engage in trail and restoration projects with long-lasting results. Each year, RFOV hosts 9 to 12 sizable projects which are 1-4 days in duration and open to the public.
Youth Projects, Programs & ActivitiesWe involve youth in hands-on conservation projects so they experience the satisfaction that comes from the hard work of accomplishing a community project, with a mission to develop a life-long sense of stewardship for our public lands in today’s youth.
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Group Work-Day & Adopt- A Trail ProjectsLocal groups take ownership of their trails & public lands by holding trail work days with their club, organization or business! Some even make a long term commitment and adopt-a-trail.
View ALL Group albums…
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