ATS members got their hands dirty this Sunday out at Lost Creek State Park. Our work was part of a larger National Forest Services project, which will connect the Lost Creek and Foster Creek trails.
The Arrowhead Foundation, Anaconda’s Technical Assistance Grant (TAG) group, recently completed a recreation research project for Anaconda-Deer Lodge County. ATS members participated in the focus group series associated with the research project. We’re looking forward to using the report to inform our projects and strengthen future grant proposals!
The Trail Society has been working with Anaconda Deer Lodge County and Anaconda Local Development to put together two applications for Recreation Trails Program grants. The Montana Standard published an informative article.
To get involved and help the grant applications succeed visit our Get Involved page!
A brewfest hosted by Smittys Barn and presented to you by the Anaconda Trail Society. We are excited to present this event to raise funds for bike routes in town as well as connect to other existing trails like Washoe Park and upper and lower Old Works trails. Entrance cost is $20.00 (Includes the exclusive glass and 3 drink tickets).
We are proud to announce there will be delicious crafted microbrews from:
Kaitlin Leary’s presentation to the Anaconda Deer Lodge County commission successfully moved the organization one step closer to completing our TAP Grant Application and creating “The Loop” with way finding signage, sharrows, and some trail construction. The county has agreed to act as the local entity sponsor. Check out the latest map below or read up on the project.