29 – Stewardship and trails (2021)

(This is a part of a series of gleanings from the history of CRC’s 30 years of work; additional posts available here.)

In February 2021, CRC partnered with Wild Arizona and the US Forest Service on the South Fork Trail Stewardship Project. 

We seek to involve volunteers in habitat, spring, and trail restoration. Recent trail projects, undertaken with Wild Arizona’s Wild Stew Field Crew, have included working on the restoration of the South Fork Trail and parts of the Crest Trail. This work is ongoing.

Habitat restoration projects include the removal of invasive grass in Guadalupe Canyon, which suffered greatly during construction of the border wall.

You can read more about our Stewardship projects here. 

CRC Director Dirk Sigler (seen here hiking John Long Trail) spearheads our Stewardship program 
(Photo by Eskild Petersen)

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