‘There Is No Poo Fairy!’ Program – Clean Trails!

Pet waste accumulation is a serious problem in Mammoth Lakes, especially troubling as our area serves as an important watershed for the state of California. To combat this hazardous waste accumulation problem, the Mammoth Lakes Trail System (MLTS) has installed twelve new dog waste receptacles stocked with branded "there is no poo fairy" bags at critical areas. The MLTS is working hard to ensure that our trails and trailheads stay clean for all to enjoy.

For more information visit MLTPA.org

Trail Days – Sustainable Recreation Saturdays

Since 2009 the Mammoth Lakes Trail System and Inyo National Forest have been teaming up for the annual Trail Days Stewardship events. These fun and challenging public trail stewardship events take place on various Saturday mornings throughout the summer. All ages and ability levels are welcome. Each event starts with a free bagel breakfast followed by half a day of trail work, a free lunch and lots of raffle prizes!

For more information visit MLTPA.org

Mammoth Trails Committee (The MTC)

Mammoth Lakes Recreation (MLR) convenes and facilitates the Mammoth Trails Committee (The MTC) a sub-committee which provides oversight for the entire Mammoth Lakes Trail System. Their regular meetings occur approximately four times a year and are open to public input. Click here to view upcoming meeting dates and archived meetings on Granicus.

For more information visit MLTPA.org
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