Friday, February 5, 2016

Exploring the Watershed: Endless Opportunities for Volunteer Trail Leaders

Any day is a good day to walk, cycle or ride your horse along the Peninsula Watershed’s Fifield-Cahill Ridge Trail—a 10-mile stretch through old-growth conifer forest, fragrant coastal scrub, and grassy meadows. Ridge Trail events are available by reservation on Saturdays, Sundays and Wednesdays. A wide variety of Ridge trail event itineraries are scheduled year round and are led Ridge Trail Leader Volunteers.



There are openings now to join our diverse corps of approximately 150 trail leaders, whose interests range from fitness to art, gardening, nature interpretation, and more. “The opportunities are endless, and the experience is unique,” said Watershed Natural Resources Manager Joe Naras. “The place gives you the impression that no one else is there.”

For an application to become a trail leader, go here, and scroll to the bottom of the page. For more information, contact our Coordinator John Fournet at jfournet@sfwater.org.

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