P.E.A.C.E on Trails
(Promoting Education and Collaboration Everyday on Trails)
Mission: Inspire more positive interactions on trails.
Vision: Safe trail experiences for all.
Why does P.E.A.C.E. on TRAILS exist?
Sharing best practices in keeping our trails healthy and emphasizing cooperative multi-user etiquette will benefit all trail users. We aim to develop a SAFE, SOUND, and SUSTAINABLE equality of experience for ALL USERS!
What is P.E.A.C.E. on TRAILS?
A pilot program located in El Dorado County, emphasizing stewardship and shared access of trails. The program is a grass roots trail community initiative, in partnership with the Bureau of Land Management, and is currently only in effect at Cronan Ranch and Magnolia trails located off Pedro Hill Road and Highway 49, respectively.
Those who wish to participate in the program can go on to become Peace Keepers. A Peace Keeper can be identified by display of a tie die bandana with the P.E.A.C.E. on TRAILS logo on it. When you see these folks on the Cronan and Magnolia trails, you can expect to be greeted by a respectful trail steward in the spirit of kindness, community and collaboration! An online platform is offered to assess and educate trail users.
Questions, comments or to get involved?
How can you support P.E.A.C.E. on TRAILS?
• Stay connected by becoming a Peace Keeper and join PEACE on TRAILS on Facebook.
• Share this link with any groups or individuals that utilize the Cronan Ranch & Magnolia trails who you’d like to invite to join this movement.
• Volunteer to assist with fund development, marketing, data entry, video or photography/editing.
Friends of El Dorado Trail (FOEDT) has provided this space to Peace on Trails as a courtesy.
FOEDT has no official association with Peace on Trails.