"Trails Restore. Mountains Elevate. Nature Sustains." - Margaret Alexander, Trails Advocate.
El Camino Real Academy: Ms. Gersh's and Ms. Mierley's Fourth-Graders, Oct. 8 El Camino Real Academy: Mr. Tison's Fourth-Graders, Oct. 10 Piñon Elementary School: Ms. Stapleton's Fifth-Graders, Oct. 15 Piñon Elementary School: Ms. West's Fifth-Graders, Oct. 15 El...
As part of the inaugural Santa Fe Mountain Fest (the heir to the New Mexico Bike and Brew festival), on Saturday, Sept. 14, SFCT's Trails Program Manager took a group of eighteen cyclists around town looking for the "sweet spots" that make urban riding in Santa Fe...
The Second Annual New Mexico Railroad History Celebration was held at El Museo Cultural de Santa Fe, in the Railyard District, Aug. 30-Sept. 2. Santa Fe Conservation Trust's Trails Program Manager was one of the event co-organizers along with Jim and Elizabeth...
Thanks to the support of Partners in Education, the Frost Foundation, the Lineberry Foundation, and the City of Santa Fe, Santa Fe Conservation Trust continued the Passport to Trails Program in May, taking eight classes of Fourth and Fifth Graders from El Camino Real...
Both the Governor of New Mexico and the Mayor of Santa Fe have officially proclaimed May 11-19, 2019, as Bike Week! Pdf version of mayor's proclamation: Santa Fe NM Bike Week Mayors Proclamation May 2019 Thanks to BTI for organizing this year's "Bike Week" calendar of...
Trail Work in La Tierra Trails, April 5
Trail Work in Dale Ball Trails, April 12, 19 & 27, May 8
River and Acequia Cruise, May 13
Bike-to-School Celebration, May 16
Caja del Rio Gravel Grinder, May 19
Bike-to-Work Day, May 19
Magical History Cruise, May 20
Atalaya Trail Work, May 30
Take a Kid Hiking Day, June 17
Signage and Other Trail Work in Dale Ball South, June 23 and 29
La Tierra Trails / Dog Park Connector, July – October
Arbolitos Trail, August – September
Seed Ball Throw, Native Plant Day, August 19
Putting up Wayfinding Signage on Talaya Hill with County Volunteers, September 15 and 22
Outing with Capital High School “Outdoors Club,” Oct. 6: Trail Work and Hike up to Picacho Peak