Indian and Pioneer Trails Crew
The Mountain Stewards Indian and Pioneer Trails Crew creates, work on, and completes by retirees who volunteer on Tuesdays and Thursdays and perform approximately 1,000 hours of work for State and County governments and for other non-profit organizations. The work is done on a volunteer basis at no cost.
Indian and Pioneer Trails Crew are designs and plans all trail projects. The property owner provides the necessary materials for the work.
The crew builds hiking trails and, once finished, maintains them.
The crew began volunteer work in 2005 and has continued to provide support for the past seventeen years.
In that time frame, the Mountain Stewards have provided recreational and operational facilities to our customers valued at well over one million dollars in value.
Some of the projects completed by Indian and Pioneer Trails Crew include:
- Hiking Trails
- Footbridges, some as long a 45-foot spans
- Observation Towers
- Picnic Pavilions
- Moldering Toilets
- Outdoor Classrooms
- Horse Shelters
- Canoe Take-Out and Put-In Blue Trails
- Overnight Camp Sites
- Handicap Trails including a ½ mile Raised Wooden Trail
- Parking Lots
- Memorial Facilities
- Picnic Tables and Benches
- Treatment of Hemlocks
- And More
Would you like to volunteer to be on our Indian and Pioneer Trails Crew? Use this form:
The Mountain Stewards is a tax-exempt organization from federal and state income tax under section 501(a) of the IRS Code for organizations described in section 501(c)(3).
All contributions to the Mountain Stewards may be deductible on your personal federal and state income tax submittals.
If you would like to become involved in the work of Mountain Stewards write to us at:
P.O. Box 1525
You may use this address to send contributions or click here to donate online using your credit card.