Trails 2000

Based in Durango, Colorado, Trails 2000 is a 501c3 organization that builds and maintains trails; educates trail users and encourages connectivity on road, path and trail.
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Trailwork: Public Trailwork Day on April 29

Trails 2000 invites weekend warriors, trail blazers, wanderers and trail lovers alike to Public Trailwork Day on Wednesday, April 29, at Ella Vita Trail. No experience necessary; Trails 2000 provides all tools, gloves, safety/instructional tool talk, and water and healthy snacks for entire crew. Trails 2000 hosts Trailwork each Wednesday night throughout the trail season, […]

Welcome Dewayne Buratti: New Trail Coordinator

Trails 2000 and our executive director, Mary Monroe Brown, are pleased to announce Dewayne Buratti as the new trail coordinator for the 2015 trail season. As a world-class trail designer and builder, Buratti joins our leading trails advocacy and education non-profit organization to bring a breadth of experience and expertise to the Durango-area’s over 300 […]

Trails 2000 Join & Renew Party on April 22

Our local trails need you – Come celebrate with us! Trails 2000 invites you to our annual Join & Renew Party on the national celebration of Earth Day, Wednesday, April 22. Held at Carver Brewing Company, the event is sure to delight as music, beer, and light food are served in celebration of Durango’s over […]

It’s Spring, Time to Share the Trails

“Share the Trails” is not a new idea. In the book about global leadership, All I Really Needed to Know I Learned in Kindergarten, author Robert Fulghum ranks sharing first as a basic skill for life. In our version here of Fulghum’s book, All I Really Needed to Know “About Trails” I Learned in Kindergarten, […]

Protected: Trails 2000 welcomes Julie Levy to Board of Directors

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A Pulaski Story!

Trailwork starts this month (April), which means it’s about time for all you trail goers to get your “Pulaski On!” In his An Ode to the Pulaski, the Hero’s Tool, author Vernon Felton put it right: The Pulaski is not an elegant object — half axe, half mattock — it chops and cleaves, it excavates […]

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