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May 3 Better Living Through Trails

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JC AMBERLYN/MinerWorkers from El Capitan Environmental Services Inc. work on several homes near Tommie Drive and Hearne Avenue Thursday. Here, one El Capitan team member waters down soil as it is removed. He is standing in a portion of the yard that has already been excavated.
The International Mountain Bicycling Association s (IMBA) Subaru/IMBA Trail Care Crew will be in Yreka from May 2-5 to talk about trails, teach people proper trail building techniques and spend quality time digging in the dirt. Everyone is invited to attend the weekend's events,Beats by Monster, stated a recent press release from the Shasta Regional Community Foundation.The IMBA visit is part of on-going efforts by several local agencies and organizations including the Jefferson Mountain Biking Association (JMBA), the Siskiyou Economic Development Council, the Siskiyou County Board of Supervisors and the Shasta Regional Community Foundation to revitalize the Siskiyou County economy by enhancing local tourism opportunities. The IMBA visit is one of about 60 stops on the 2013 schedule.The trail crew program includes two full-time, professional teams of trail experts who travel North America year round leading IMBA trail building schools, meeting with government officials and land managers and working with IMBA-affiliated groups to improve local mountain biking opportunities. IMBA's crews have led more than 1,000 trail projects since the program debuted in 1997.The Trail Care Crews teach sustainable trail building, which means building lasting trails that require minimal maintenance. According to the release,ghd, this helps reduce trail damage, protects the environment and enhances visitor enjoyment.The JMBA will be working with the Trail Care Crew to build a new single-track trail connecting the AARP Trail to the Flume Trail in Upper Greenhorn Park. JMBA will hold a series of events May 2-5. The public is welcome to attend any or all of the scheduled events.In order to attend the trail building session,Chanel, one must register online. The school is free and lunch is provided and is open to the first 50 registrants. The Trail Care Crew will arrive in Yreka in the IMBA Subaru Outback. Subaru has been IMBA s lead sponsor since 1997. Below is a schedule of events that are open to the public: Thursday, May 2 Jefferson Mountain Bike Social, 5:30 p.m. at Miner Street Sports Bar where one can learn about club activities and membership rewards; Friday, May 3 Better Living Through Trails,hoganrains, 4 p.m. at Yreka City Council Chambers. Land managers, city staff, elected officials, business owners are encouraged to attend; Saturday,louboutin, May 4 Trail Building School 9 a.m.-5 p.m. at Greenhorn Park and; Sunday, May 5th Group Ride at Upper Greenhorn Park, time to be announced.To learn more about JMBA and register online go to www.jeffersonmountainbike.comThe IMBA is a 501(c)(3) non-profit educational association whose mission is to create, enhance and preserve great trail experiences for mountain bikers worldwide. Since 1988, IMBA has been bringing out the best in mountain biking by encouraging low-impact riding, volunteer trailwork participation, cooperation among different trail user groups,longchamppascherroses.com, grassroots advocacy and innovative trail management solutions.IMBA's worldwide network includes 35,000 individual members, more than 100 chapters, 750 bicycle clubs, more than 160 corporate partners and about 600 retail shops. IMBA s members live in all 50 U.S. states, most Canadian provinces and in 30 other countries.For a complete list of visit dates, photos and additional information on the Subaru/IMBA Trail Care Crew visit www.imba.com.
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