Quadratec Stewardship Grants Applicants
April 1st, 2012 Deadline
Applicant: Guemes Channel Trail
Location: Anacortes, WA
Start Date: Currently Running
Summary: Grant funds to assist volunteers and assessment for an on-going Rails To Trails project near the city of Anacortes, in Northern Washington.
Applicant: San Juan Mountain Association
Location: Durango, CO – Mud Springs (BLM)
Start Date: June 2, 2012
Summary: Volunteer project in the Mud Springs area, including remove a dumped freezer, install signage to make access to the trails more obvious, prune and brush trails and brush in old routes that are no longer in use.
Applicant: Lopez Island Conservation Corps
Location: Lopez, Washington – Patos Island (BLM)
Start Date: June 1, 2012
Summary: Youth crews will concentrate on campsite and shoreline clean-up, opening up trails, and other general maintenance tasks.
Applicant: Fairbanks Off-Road Lions
Location: Fairbanks, Alaska – Fairbanks Creek Trail
Start Date: June 2012
Summary: Grant money will be used to perform maintenance on the trail including pruning back over growth, removal of fallen trees, erosion control, and other tasks. Some maintenance equipment will be purchased with funds.
Applicant: Kittatas County Field and Stream Club
Location: Ellensberg, Washington – Durr Road
Start Date: April 2012
Summary: Funds will be used to support the annual cleanup on Durr Road, removing trash from recreational shooting and dispersed activities.
Applicant: Maine 4x4
Location: Jay, Maine – Bear Mountain
Start Date: June 9, 2012
Summary: Clean up of the Bear Mountain area, purchase of barrels for future waste collection, and general trail maintenance on this private property that is open for public use.