Mesa Land Trust & Others Host Community Stewardship Days

Mesa Land Trust, COPMOBA (Colorado Plateau Mountain Bike Trail Association), the BLM, and the Great Old Broads for the Wilderness hosted a fabulous Community Stewardship D4-11-15 051ay at Three Sisters on Saturday, April 11th.

Over 120 volunteers, ranging in age from 10 to 80 helped build a mile and a half of trail, restore native vegetation, clean up garbage, and feed the crowd.

The group constructed the Time Machine Trail, honoring Tim Sewell. The trail extends from the Three Sisters hills meandering through the back of the Sisters’ property to connect with the Lunch Loop’s Leftover Lane.

Other groups that contributed to this incredible day were the Junior Service League, Western Colorado Community Foundation, Hilltop’s Youth Crew, Alpine Bank, friends and family of Tim Sewell, Oakley, Wanebo, Love, Mendenhall, Keller Wealth Management Group, & Grand Junction Subaru.

Thank you to Kannah Creek Brewing Co.  and Lee with Have Cooker Will Travel who contributed to a fabulous after-trail building celebration in the Lunch Loop parking lot!  And thank you to all who participated to make it a wonderful day for our community!