Tagged: volunteer

Posse Trail Work: Heil Ranch

Posted on19. Jun, 2012

The Boulder Mountain Bike Alliance continues the tradition that started with National Trail Day (NTD) all these many years ago, BMA and Boulder County Parks and Open Space (BCPOS) are partnering up to make sure our local singletrack at Heil Ranch is well maintained. We will be working on an area that has limited visibility and […]

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Celebrate National Trails Day at Betasso Preserve on June 4

Posted on04. Jun, 2011

Join 60 volunteers as we celebrate National Trails Day to help construct the new connection that will eventually connect the Benjamin Loop to Fourmile Canyon. Boulder County will partner with the North Face Boulder store, Boulder Mountainbike Alliance and Oskar Blues who will be sponsoring an after-project party. Volunteer trail-builders will use hand tools to […]

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Denver Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon Volunteer Recap

Posted on19. Oct, 2010

The volunteer check in was located behind a giant row of port-o-lets on the south west corner of Civic Center park next to the Stadium. Medium shirt, check, name tag, check. Stand around and wait to get picked like a kid for kickball, check. I just happened to be standing near 2 other lost souls looking for a chance to help when the lead coordinator Michelle pointed at the three of us and assigned us to the VIP area. Excellent!

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Volunteers help to build new trail along the High Plains Trail in 2006

Giving Back: Volunteer Opportunities in June

Posted on28. May, 2010

Celebrate National Trails Day at Betasso Preserve on June 5 Join 120 volunteers as we celebrate National Trails Day and help construct the new Benjamin Trail, a multi-use path that will eventually connect to the existing loop trail at Betasso Preserve. Volunteer trail-builders will use hand tools to build new trail through forest groves and […]

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Boulder’s Sandrock Provides Shoes for Third World

Posted on13. Oct, 2009

“It’s so satisfying, much more satisfying than doing something that would make a lot of money,” said Sandrock, who is also a freelance journalist specializing in running. “One World Running is really a great name because we’re all running together. We’re all connected.”

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