Participating in Headwaters Trails Alliance's fundraising and volunteer events is a great way to support the maintenance and enhancement of trails in Grand County. By donating to these events, people can help fund critical trail maintenance and improvement projects, as well as support the organization's educational and advocacy efforts.
National Public Lands Day is the largest and most productive volunteer project event of the year. Grand County has the longest-running annual NPLD event in the country with numerous projects spread out throughout the county. Volunteers have their choice of project which is usually followed by celebrating with a picnic in the park.
NPLD: September 28th, 2024
Progressive Ski and Tour de Pour are two events that combine outdoor recreation with fundraising. Participants ski and bike along Grand County Trails stopping at local businesses, restaurants, and bars along the way. These events make for a fun-filled evening that not only directly supports HTA but also some of our wonderful local businesses.
Colorado Public Lands Day and National Trails Day are two events that kick off our summer field season and give us a reason to celebrate our public lands. HTA usually hosts either training workshops or a trail project on these dates depending on early-season trail conditions. Participating in these events allows folks to give back to public lands and learn the basics of trail maintenance.
CO Public Lands Day: May 18th, 2024
National Trails Day: June 1st, 2024
Colorado Gives Day is an annual event that encourages people to support local nonprofits by making online donations. By donating to Headwaters Trails Alliance on this day, people can help ensure that the organization has the resources it needs to continue advocating for the preservation and responsible use of the Grand County trail system.
CO Gives Day: December 5th, 2023
In addition to donating, folks can also get involved by volunteering their time to Headwaters Trails Alliance projects. By working together, we can ensure that the Grand County trail system remains accessible, enjoyable, and sustainable for generations to come.