Organizing & Running Trail Work
This page contains an outline for JORBA park representatives for organizing and running trail work.
Crew leaders have the choice to open up trail work to the public. If you want to keep your work limited to your regular trail crew please still inform firstname.lastname@example.org, and complete the waivers and Paydirt. Nobody should feel unsafe doing trail work.
Land Manager Approval
It is your responsibility to notify your land manger of the work you intend to perform. Some land managers might have their own recording and training requirements. Make sure you adhere to them. First and foremost any and all work performed is at the discretion of your land manger.
Post your work on JORBA.org
All trail work most be posted and managed through the JORBA website. This is an insurance issue.
Send an email with the events date, time, duration, and further instructions to email@example.com for inclusion on our website and calendar.
Then post your work session in any social media accounts you may run.
Have your volunteers RSVP
It is a good idea to to get a handle on the number of volunteers you are expecting. This allows you to bring the proper number of tools and decide if you need help managing the volunteers.
Have your volunteers sign a waiver
All volunteers and staff must complete the JORBA Waiver once a year. You can complete it online or download the form.
Introduction and Safety Talk
Record volunteer hours worked.
Record all volunteers and staff hours using our Paydirt form. We will be moving to recording hours (minutes actually) in CiviCRM. For now use the Paydirt forms and send Tom an email with volunteers’ names, email addresses and hours.
Tasty Beverages and Bagels
JORBA provides a chapter stipend for you to be reimbursed for expenses. Please complete the Chapter Stipend Form.
Trail Planning and Design
Trail Construction and Maintenance
Trail and User Management