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Who maintains the trails we ride???


It may surprise you, but most trails on public lands are maintained, in large part, by volunteers. ETA organizes volunteers and works with local agencies to help clear and maintain equestrian trails. We need your  help!  Please come volunteer at our next trail work day. Together we can make a difference!

 In 2019 alone, ETA conducted trail work days at Iroquois Park, Jefferson Memorial Forest and McNeely Lake Park.

 April 28, 2020 Trail Work Day @ JMF Paul Yost

Volunteers Needed!!!

March 23, 2019 - Jefferson Memorial Forest. ETA's work day at JMF included a mounted crew for the first time. The Ground Crew worked on the Coral Ridge Loop and the Mounted Crew worked on the Holsclaw Hill Loop. THANK YOU to Roy Cornett from Back Country Horsemen who packed tools out to the trails and worked with us!

 November 10, 2018 - Jefferson Memorial Forest. ETA members helped JMF staff and other volunteers rebuild a washed out culvert on the trail at the Dezern Ave. and Coral Ridge Loop junction.

September 22, 2018 - McNeely Lake Park.  ETA members organized volunteers to conduct the very first work day on the horse trails at McNeely Lake Park.


June 23, 2018 - Iroquois Park.  ETA had a promotion booth at the Jefferson County Mounted Sheriff's Posse's auction and obstacle course event. We met a lot of great people, gained some new members, and raised over $300 for ETA.


April 21, 2018 - Jefferson Memorial Forest. ETA's First Trail Maintenance Work Day! It was conducted at the Paul Yost section of JMF, on the Coral Ridge Loop.

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