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National Public Lands Day 2020 is upon us! This year CHLT is helping continue the long tradition of NPLD here in Grand County, and we would love your support in doing so! We know this year has been different, but that doesn't mean our love for our public lands has changed. This year we will have four (4) projects throughout the county benefitting not only recreators on our public lands, but all residents and visitors to our county.

With the restrictions of this year, we are requiring all participants to pre-register in order to work on one of the four projects. Please register here:

Click here to learn more about this year's Grand County NPLD.

The four projects are:

  • Upper Colorado River Cleanup (BLM): Join the BLM in the 11th Annual River Cleanup, clearing trash and debris along a 19 mile stretch of the Colorado River in three sections, beginning at Pumphouse Recreation Area to Two Rivers. All work is accessed by floating the river. Space is available for approximately 50 volunteers who do not have their own boats with pre-registration highly recommended. If you are providing your own boat, then pre-registration is not necessary. Volunteers can meet at Pumphouse Recreation Area. This is a family-friendly work site. Participants are encouraged to bring their own boats, PFDs, and/or paddles. For more information or to pre-register, contact John Monkouski at (970) 724-3040. Skill rating: EASY TO MODERATE

  • Strawberry/Phases (BLM/HTA): Project will involve the construction of a bridge over a drainage on a new trail built for hikers and mountain bikers. Additional work to be done includes trail brushing, outsloping/insloping drainage, lopping, and clearing. Skill Rating: EASY TO DIFFICULT

  • Sherman Creek Trail (USFS): Project will be performing finishing work and fully commissioning a new motorized trail in the Stillwater Pass Area. Work may consist of hammering, shoveling, brushing, lopping, clearing, Skill Rating: EASY TO MODERATE

  • Rendezvous Trail System (HTA): Work will include minor tread work & trail widening, corridor clearing, brush/slash removal and possible planking of bridges. Skill rating: EASY TO DIFFICULT

The day will also include a BioBlitz hosted by, and the evening will include a short online presentation, to be announced!

Please contact CHLT's office for more information, or Sean Burke, Field Program Manger, Headwaters Trails Alliance: (970) 726-1013 |
Thank you,
Jeremy D. Krones
Executive Director
Hats Off for Headwaters!
October 18 - 25, 2020
Remember that our new annual event is coming up in October! It will be an online silent auction and raffle with four engaging, educational panels with key players in the CHLT community!
More information will be released this week. If you would like to be a sponsor or contribute to our silent auction please contact the office.
PO Box 1938, Granby CO. 80446 - (970) 887-1177