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PARK WATCH REPORT RECEIVES $20,000.00 GETTY FOUNDATION GRANT!
We are proud to announce that in recognition of the effect that Park Watch Report has had for the past six years on public lands and trails, we have been awarded a sizable grant to expand our work. The funds will be applied to upgrade the website and to finalize development of the Park Watch Report mobile app. CLICK HERE to see the complete press release.
The Recreational Trails Advisory Committee is proud to offer this non-profit web-based trail incident reporting system as part of the Park Watch program. Although not officially part of California State Parks, this website was originally debuted with and for Folsom Lake and Auburn State Recreation Areas for trail safety and public land protection. It now covers all trails in the adjoining counties and trail Incident Reports are forwarded to the proper Park/District Supervisor or law enforcement, as well as serving as a permanent record and data collection.
ALL TRAIL USERS, INCLUDING 4,500 RUNNERS, HIKERS, DOG WALKERS, MT. BIKERS AND EQUESTRIANS have Park Watch Cards and are part of the Park Watch Program. To see two examples of current Park Watch Cards CLICK HERE and CLICK HERE
THIS SITE IS UPDATED DAILY: everyone is encouraged to file Trail Incident Reports and send all trail Alerts, News, Calendar submissions, trail closures, events, and race/competition information to Park Watch Report.
DONATIONS: The Getty Foundation, El Dorado Equestrian Trails Foundation, the California Conservation of Trails and Gold Country Trails Council are major contributors for the website update and the companion mobile app. THANK YOU!
The Park Watch program, Park Watch cards and website wouldn't exist if it weren't for the generous contributions of suggestions, funds and time from California Conservation of Trails, California State Parks, Barbara Heyward, Brainscan Software, Cosumnes River Horsemen's Association, El Dorado Equestrian Trails Foundation (EDETF), Emigrant Trail Conservancy, Gold Country Gaited Horse Club, Gold Country Trails Council, Jaede Miloslavich (webmaster), North Fork American River Alliance (NFARA), El Dorado County Parks and Recreation District, Placer County Parks and Grounds, Wendell and Inez Robie Foundation, Cathy Hodges Memorial Fund, Safe Trails Alliance, Save the American River Association (SARA), American River Trail Foundation, and the Western States Safe Trail Alliance.Thank you! TO ACCESS THE PAYPAL BUTTON FOR YOUR tax credit 501(c)(3) CONTRIBUTIONS, Click on 'DONATIONS', top right of this page to access contribution information.
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