Trail building training starts this March in Sterling Forest. (See below) Completion of the Upper Dwarskill Crossing in Alpine, NJ. Continuing our work on Augusta Mine in Sterling Forest. Work on Redback Connector in Sterling starts in April. (We need funds for this project, see below). Start of Takamak Long Path Bridge rebuilding in Blauvelt, NY. …
Location TBD, 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Click the links below for more details or to volunteer. Sunday March 27th Saturday April 23rd Saturday May 14th Saturday June 25th Saturday July 23rd Sunday August 21st Saturday September 24th Sunday October 9th Nov. & Dec. TBD More volunteer events are posted in our upcoming events page.
As spring and the 2022 peak riding season approaches, I am always reminded of the amazing work that JORBA volunteers have accomplished. Over the past year we have logged a tremendous amount of trail work hours, with both maintenance and new projects covering every region of the state. We’ve strengthened partnerships with fellow stakeholders and land managers, working collectively to steward our precious natural resources and increase access to trails. We are fulfilling our mission to advocate, educate and conserve through hard work and passion. For over 23 years now, We Dig.
Come out and experience some of South Jersey’s JORBA work, which is part of the (JAR) Jersey Action Riders/Cherry Hill Chapter. Click the link for more details.
Trail counts: University Drive Trailhead: 4/7/21 to 3/2/22 Total: 14,932 Daily Average: 45 Reservoir Drive Red Trailhead: 4/2/21 to 3/2/22 Total: 5,767 Daily Average: 17 Here are the Highlights from Mondays meeting: Updates: New trail signs being made New trail map is being made to include mt bike trails, shared draft We agreed that e…
Following our bylaws, we held our annual votes for officers and board members, here are the folks that will continue to make the JORBA machine run.
JORBA needs people. JORBA needs you.
The EC has voted in two new members, please welcome William Romollino and Norm Zurawski. We look forward to working with them.
A reroute of the Cooper Union North Trail was completed in 2021 by the Ringwood Trail Crew. The reroute moves the trail off old woods roads and provides a flowy sustainable route West of Shepherd Pond.