Month: January 2022

Protect Trail Access at Rocky Point

Click HERE for the most recent article posted on Feb. 21, 2022, from our Advocacy Director, Andrew Jansky. A $475 million Metro Bond Measure (2019) could be used to purchase the Rocky Point property. The Northwest Trail Alliance’s current recreational lease agreement would end. A new agreement to manage the Rocky Point trail system is … Read More

Trail Sister’s Trail School Recap from 01/22

Written by Nancy Stone, Education & Sustainability Director ([email protected])  NWTA’s first Trail School for Trail Sisters took place this Saturday at Klootchy Creek. Not only were we greeted with the bright, sunny faces of 10 Trail Sisters but the actual sun itself. A rare January treat, indeed!  In a sport where women/trans/femme find themselves as a … Read More

Sawyer Work Clearing Downed Trees at Sandy Ridge

Written by Colin Marthaller, Stewardship Director & Quartermaster ([email protected]) This past Sunday (1/16), a couple of our USFS certified sawyers, SRT trail stewards, and swampers cleared downed trees at Sandy Ridge. In total, a dozen trees were cleared from Upper Hide & Seek and Johnny Royale. These trails are now clear. If you happen to come … Read More

Gateway Green Dig Day Recap

Written by Julie Larson, Gateway Green Trail Steward On Sunday, January 9th, Gateway Green Trails Stewards, Tim, Todd, and Julie, joined forces with other eager trail builders: four from the Community Cycling Center and one from our partner at the Lumberyard. We were excited to finally meet and work with the folks from CCC. Their … Read More

Help Shape the Future of Mt. Hood

This is taken from the OMBC website WE NEED YOUR HELP TO MAKE MT. HOOD THE 5TH LARGEST NATIONAL RECREATION AREA IN THE NATION. The public comment period will be open from Monday, December 6 at 9am to Friday, January 7 at 11:59pm (all times PT) For many Oregonians, Mount Hood and the Columbia River … Read More