The purpose of the Fund is to provide a permanent endowment to support specific non-motorized trail and trailhead maintenance projects on public lands within the current geographical boundaries of Routt and Moffat Counties.
The fund is managed by the Yampa Valley Community Foundation.
The purpose of the Fund is to provide a permanent endowment to support non-motorized trail and trailhead maintenance projects on public lands within the current geographical boundaries of Routt and Moffat Counties.

A board, consisting of a land manager from the city, USFS, BLM, and State Parks, as well as an appointee of the Steamboat Springs Chamber president and two citizens with diversified trail interests appointed by YVCF, will determine trail maintenance priorities and projects each year, based on need. Funds are distributed to the land manager who determines how best to conduct the trail maintenance.
2016 Donor Stickers

 
The TMEF wants to acknowledge our donors with a limited edition 2016 donor sticker.  Your sticker showcases your gift and encourages others to support the trails we all enjoy.  If you already donated to the TMEF, a sticker has been mailed.  If you don't not receive your sticker - contact helen@yvcf.org.  

If you haven't donated, do so today.  A donation today allows for trails tomorrow.  To give, yvcf.org/trails.
Donate Time, Maintain Trails

Donate to the Trail Maintenance Endowment Fund by donating your time!  Run Rabbit Run is looking for clean-up volunteers to hike, run, horseback, or bike the course after the event.  For each mile you clean, the Trail Maintenance Endowment Fund will receive a donation from Run Rabbit Run.  The more miles you volunteer to clean, the more money we can raise to permanently maintain our wonderful trails.   

To volunteer:  runrabbitrunsteamboat.com/volunteers and note "Trail Clean up Crew for the Trail Maintenance Endowment Fund".

Any questions, email Helen@yvcf.org.
Steamboat CycleART raises funds for Trails

The inaugural Steamboat CycleArt auction was a spinning success.  The event was hosted on June 17th at the Depot Art Center.  With over 120 in attendance, attendees were able to bid on eighteen silent auction and five live auction items.  The auction items included beautiful bike-inspired artwork by local artists, as well as a new Niner Mountain Bike. Proceeds benefited Bike Town USA and the Trail Maintenance Endowment Fund (TMEF). The TMEF was established at the Yampa Valley Community Foundation and aims to take on the responsibility of maintaining the new trails being created with the backing of millions of dollars in lodging tax funds.  The CycleART  event raised $3,671.00 for the Trail Maintenance Endowment Fund.  The TMEF has a goal to generate $1,000,000 in the next ten years.
yvcf.org/trails
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