We once again partnered with Tread Lightly! on a stewardship event at an off-road event - this time at Easter Jeep Safari in Moab. Over 40 volunteers installed 2,000 linear feet of fencing to protect dinosaur tracks along the Copper Ridge off-road trail in Moab. They built buck and rail barriers to ensure that the tracks are accessible and visible for those who enjoy this scenic 35-mile route on the northern edge of Arches National Park. Taking proactive steps to be good stewards of the land is critical to preserving our access to these beautiful off-road destinations.
Several partners made this project possible, including Moab BLM, Quadratec, Ladies Off-Road Network, 4 Fest, Two Wolf Foundation, Armorlite, Midland Radio, and Jeep Talk Show.
Carter Reed, Marketing Manager at Fox Factory, represented Trail Trust at the event and shared, "Efforts like the one along the Copper Ridge trail in Moab go a long way to ensuring everyone can continue to enjoy these trails, scenery, and landmarks for generations to come. At Fox Factory and Trail Trust it's been exciting to not only partner with Tread Lightly!, but get out on the trail and do our part to support these projects."