Looking for a Service Project for your youth. Adopt a trail. Eagle Scout service projects available also.

What if everyone picked up just one piece of litter?

Trail Talk

What if  everyone picked up just one piece of litter?

In this issue you’ll find a bit about what we’ve been up to, ways you can get involved, and some interesting articles.

We hope you enjoy!

Join the conversation on twitter @cleantrails!


Adopt your favorite trail with a friend. It’s easy and we’ll show you the way! Adopt a Trail

It’s never too early to keep the land you love litter free. Adopt a trail today!

There are three simple rules:

1. Pick your trail & let us know

2. Do a monthly spotter & catcher sweep

3. Have fun

Adopt a Trail

Glow-in-the-Dark Solar Powered Bicycle Path Unveiled in Poland

Inspired by Studio Roosegaarde’s Staary Night Bike Lane in the Netherlands, this luminous blue strip makes cycling an even more eco-friendly way to travel.

Bored Panda article by James Gould-Bourn

Photograph Courtesy of BoredPanda.com

“Life Sucks in Bear Country!” Grizzly Bear Attacks Montana Man

On October 1st, Todd Orr of Bozeman Montana, was attacked by a Bear while hiking in familiar mountain terrain. Before going to the hospital, he posted a video of his injuries on Facebook and the video went viral.  Just in case you missed it:

Read the CBS article and Watch the video here Photo and Video By Todd Orr/Facebook

Volunteer  Spotlight: Joe Forish

Meet Joe and the Clean Trails Team

We all want to keep our outdoors looking great!

Clean Trails is an  all-volunteer organization that aims to increase community involvement  through education and action.  Our team consists of many  talented people, all dedicated to contributing their skills and passions toward a grass-roots effort.

This month, we recognize Joe Forish, our strategy and fundraising expert from New York, NY. Joe grew up in the Pocono Mountains and developed an appreciation for the outdoors at a very young age. Now he works as an equity analyst in Manhattan and enjoys getting outdoors every chance he can. His personal mission is to raise awareness among fellow hikers, so that they too understand the benefits of picking up litter while out on the trail.

There are dozens of ways you can get involved too!

Please contact us to learn more.


Clean Trails is a charitable 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization that promotes harmony with the land by encouraging stewardship and providing mechanisms to keep the trail systems that lead to our wild spaces litter-free.

Thanks for Joining Us!

Clean Trails,  7331 Monica Lane, Evergreen, CO 80439



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