- Delta Stewardship Council names the Mokelumne Coast to Crest Trail as one of three strategic trails to be developed in the Delta!
- Behind the building of the 300 mile long Mokelumne Coast to Crest Trail is 24 years of hard work and planning by many dedicated agencies & individuals.
Portions of this trail exist today with new segments added each year. Explore our website to learn more about this magnificent trail, make a contribution of time or funds, or simply enjoy the beautiful pictures!
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Assist EBMUD Rangers in building a portion of the proposed 300 mile Mokelumne Coast to Crest Trail near Mokelumne Hill, California. From our start location we will hike in about 1 mile with our tools and gear to the job … Continue reading
June 9-10, 2012. Time: 10:00 AM Saturday to 5:00 PM Sunday. Leave No Trace Trainer Class Salt Springs Reservoir (Mokelumne Wilderness) Backpack Outing 2-day Learn through experience how to share the 7 Principles of Leave No Trace during this two day training taught … Continue reading
Ranger Naturalist Steve Diers was honored last month at the California Trails and Greenways Conference with a Lifetime Professional Achievement Award. June 6, 2011 East Bay Municipal Utility District LOG Vol. 41, No. 11 By: Abby Figueroa, EBMUD Public Information … Continue reading
Our desire is to hold our bike ride on a warm and sunny day, and while we’re sorry we won’t be out on the trail for National Trails Day, we are happy to wait patiently for spring or even summer … Continue reading
East Bay Municipal Utility District released its notice of intent to adopt a mitigated negative declaration for the Middle Bar Segment project this week. They released the Negative Declaration too. The Middle Bar segment represents the one remaining piece of … Continue reading