RPL is excited to partner with Jefferson County Open Space and Trail Runner Volunteers to present the 2024 Trail Work Series in Colorado!

This project aims to create opportunities that bring our local community of runners together to learn about and care for the living landscapes we run with. Through repetitive, hands-on service events with an educational component, we can share ecological values and create strong connections that inspire runners to care for the people and places they love. Special thanks to Athletic Brewing Co. for helping bring this project to fruition through the Two for the Trails grant program!

Event Details & Registration below:

Feel free to download our Trail Work Series poster below.

Founded in 1972 as a land conservation organization, Jeffco Open Space, funded with a one-half of one percent sales tax, contributes to city and park district projects, has preserved more than 56,000 acres, manages 27 open space parks, and 265+ miles of trails in Jefferson County, Colorado.

Trail Runner Volunteers is a dedicated group of local runners who want to play an active role in maintaining trails for all users. Since their inception in the fall/winter of 2018, the Trail Runner Volunteers  have accumulated 2,000+ volunteer hours while maintaining 50+ miles of trail throughout Jefferson County.