Event Description:

Want to take your volunteering to the next level? The PPRCLT is the first step in becoming a trained and certified trail crew leader, able to assist in leading critical trail and restoration projects throughout the Pikes Peak Region.
Each year, thousands of volunteers donate their time to help care for parks, trails, and open spaces in the Pikes Peak Region. This generosity of time and labor is necessary for the upkeep of our local parks, but has also created a need for trained volunteer crew leaders who are able to assist organizations such as RMFI and the many local park "Friends Groups" by leading these critical trail and restoration projects. The Pikes Peak Regional Crew Leader Training is an intensive weekend-long training and subsequent certification process for experienced volunteers who are interested in becoming certified and active Volunteer Crew Leaders. While in the training, participants will learn how to lead safe, successful trail projects and develop basic trail construction and restoration skills. The training is hosted in partnership by Rocky Mountain Field Institute, Trails and Open Space Coalition, Friends of the Peak, and the City of Colorado Springs, Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Services Department.

What to Bring: Please visit the program webpage for more information. Accepted applicants to the training will receive a comprehensive list of requirements.

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Bear Creek Nature Center, Colorado Springs, CO

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