Disciples of Dig


 

We are only halfway through the 2016/2017 trailwork season and DOD volunteers have already reported over 1,300 hours clearing and maintaining our local trails. This winter saw an emphasis on clearing trails as our workers logged overtime ... literally logging out dozens of trees and hundreds of  branches that fell during the December ice storm. Check out the chart below to see the final tally of hours from last season.

 

 

Last Season: Final Tally

The 2015/2016 trailwork season was a big success for the Disciples of Dirt as 120 volunteers logged a whopping 3,184 hours maintaining and improving our local trails as well as building several miles of brand new single track. 

 

After many years of planning, new singletrack was authorized on the Lawler trail and DOD volunteers jumped into the task, logging 1,200 hours to build a 3 mile plus extension to complete this gem of a trail. Carpenter Bypass got its fair share of attention as well, with over 640 volunteer hours recorded. Volunteers put hundreds more hours into North Shore, ATCA, Brice Creek, O’Leary, King Castle, Middle Fork, and other local trails. It was a hugely productive year!

 

Thank you to all of our hard working volunteers, many of whom show up time after time to give back to the trails we all love to ride. DOD’s Trailwork Rewards Program recognized volunteers who contributed at least 25 hours this past year. And a big shout-out to Brock, Lee, Derrick, and Paul for organizing and leading the work crews … we couldn’t have accomplished this much without them.



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