2018 brings us, the Klamath Rails to Trails Group, to some hard realities…we need help, we need folks with a fresh, enthusiastic vision…we need you!
The Role of KRTG
KRTG is what is known in the State Parks system as a “Adoptive Trails Group,” which means we are an action/project work group. We work with State Parks to promote and improve the OC&E Trail. For example, the existence of our group, with our tax-exempt status, allowed us to be the applicants for projects like the snowplow restoration grant. We also serve as the citizen advocates for the trail. We bring citizen concerns and suggestions to the Parks staff and facilitate implementation of improvements. We were the group that negotiated the transfer of the OC&E right-of-way management from Weyerhaeuser Corporation to the Oregon State Parks in 1991, thereby creating Oregon’s longest linear park—roughly 100 miles long.
If you appreciate the Trail, the outdoors and helping to build and maintain a wonderful community asset that is used by so many, please consider becoming a member…download the application below, fill it out and send back to the address provided below.
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Klamath Rails to Trails Group
P. O. Box 532
Klamath Falls, OR 97601