Our Impact

To date, the Methow Trails Collaborative has accomplished the following:

  • Recognized in 2019 by Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest for the MVTC’s “excellence in promoting shared stewardship amongst a wide priority of partners and skateholders to advance the sustainability of trails and communities.”

  • 2019 Title II Funding Award for $90,800

  • 2018 Created a Tool Cache for all trail organizations

  • Performed 10,000+ of annual trail community service work

  • Maintained 1,000+ of summer trails and 305 miles of winter trails

  • Coordinated the 2017 Burch Mountain "Save A Trail Project"

  • Secured $405,000 of funding for the North Cascades Trailhead Project

  • Successfully advocated for emergency Andrews Creek chainsaw work

  • 2018 Regional Organization of the Year from the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife for our collaborative efforts on the Lewis Butte/Riser Lake Project

  • Save a Trail Projects

    • 2017 Burch Mountain

      • Raised $6,500

      • 114 Volunteer Hours

      • Bucked and cleared 200+ trees, improved existing tread, 1.4 mile re-route, weed pulling, signage and road maintenance

    • 2018 Lewis Butte Project

      • Raised $13,389 from over 40 members of the community

      • 350Volunteer Hours

      • 1.89 miles of sustainably built trails

    • 2019 Riser Lake

      • Raised $5,000

      • 62 Volunteer Houres

      • .5 miles of sustainably built trails, 1.5 miles of brushing, constructed 2 new water crossings

 
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