This event has passed.
The professional trails assessment of 200+ miles of selected recreational trails on the four districts of the Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forest has been completed. The final report will be available at the beginning of June and will be an important topic of discussion at the June 12 meeting.
The assessment addresses Strategic Objective #2 of the CoTrails Strategic Plan which we launched at our weekend meeting at Unicoi earlier this year. It has also helped educate and begin training volunteers to perform future trail evaluations which we will conduct during the next few months.
We have also made progress as planned on Strategic Objectives #1 (Volunteer Engagement & Training) and #3 (Forest-wide Interactive Digital Map). We will have updates and next steps on these objectives.
The success of the CoTrails Initiative and the future of recreational trails on the Forest is dependent on the participation of a growing number of volunteers. We need your ongoing involvement and ask you to invite others in your respective user groups to join us as well.
We look forward to seeing you on June 12 and working with you on the trails as we continue moving forward with the implementation of the CoTrails Strategic Plan.
The CoTrails Working Group