Don Alexander earns USFS Chief’s Award

Don Alexander has worked independently creating new relationships with vendors throughout Southern California.  These relationships have strengthened the exposure of the SBNF Adopt-a-Trail Program within the motorized business community.  Many of these vendors are now active partners.  Thank you Don!!

These accomplishments demonstrate significant achievements in performing work according to our national priorities. This incredible volunteers responded directly to the needs and challenges faced by our National Forests and the demands from our Forest Visitors.

Thank you for all the hard work, Don!

Steve Yamshawn earns USFS Cheif’s Award

Steve Yamshawn as a Leader, installed 14 individual off highway vehicle trail limiters.  Working with Volunteers, Steve transported these large metal ‘gates’ to specific trailheads and cemented them in place.  These trail limiters were installed as a way to keep vehicles larger than 50” in width from gaining access onto the motorized trail network.  Great job Steve!!

These accomplishments demonstrate significant achievements in performing work according to our national priorities. This incredible volunteers responded directly to the needs and challenges faced by our National Forests and the demands from our Forest Visitors.

Thank you for all the hard work, Steve!

Introducing SBNF Adopt-A-Trail Volunteer Dash Plaques

Beginning now all volunteers who work on a trail will be eligible to receive current-year volunteer dash plaques.  Contact your club Adopt-A-Trail liaison to learn more and request a plaque.

All people who have logged and reported over 100 volunteer hours in a fiscal year will continue to receive a National Forest Adventure Pass as well as one of the new color 100 hour plaques.  You will receive this plaque along with your pass.

For each 250 volunteer hours spent you continue to qualify for a one year America the Beautiful  National Park and Federal Lands Volunteer Pass.  This is a program is a cumulative program so track your volunteer hours as you submit them each year, when you have reached the 250 hour mark simply state such with your usual end-of-year hours report to get your pass at the next Adopt-A-Trail meeting as well as a new color 250 volunteer hour dash plaque.

Thank you for volunteering!