Crew Leader Training at Rocky Point 1/10

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Crew Leader Training at Rocky Point 1/10

January 10 @ 10:00 am 3:00 pm

The Trail Sustainability Institute (TSI) is offering their Crew Leader Training next Sunday, January 10th, from 10-3. The training is for experienced Trail Stewards who are ready to take their stewardship into leadership. Space is very limited, don’t wait!

Crew Leaders are essential to the success of trail building work parties. These individuals provide guidance, vision and share their knowledge with their crew of trail builders. If you are a seasoned Trail Steward who is interested in expanding your skills and tapping into becoming a leader, this training is for you!

Northwest Trail Alliance’s Trail Sustainability Institute’s goal is to foster a culture of land stewardship within the mountain bike community. By training people to build sustainable trails, and by training people to lead crews of trail builders, we are raising the level of our own stewardship, and increasing our capacity to build and maintain quality trails.

Please Sign Covid Waiver HERE

What to wear:

Face Covering as recommended by the CDC

– Work clothes: Light long sleeve shirt, Long Pants (no shorts), Boots, Gloves, Eye Protection & Gloves

– Jacket (be prepared)

– Hard hat or bike helmet (mandatory)

What to Bring:

– Water

– Snacks

Due to COVID-19 you are responsible for bringing all of your own food and beverages for the event. We have tools on site but if you are more comfortable with your own please feel free to bring your own. We will tackle a range of maintenance and building projects and the project will change from week to week.

*Rocky Point is property that is leased by NWTA. In order to attend this event (or to access this land) you will need to be a NWTA member (JOIN HERE), in good standing, as well as sign the online Rocky Point waiver: HERE

Please Have your Rocky Point Waiver AND your COVID Waiver Signed

Please email [email protected] with any questions!

Photo by Kerstin Holster