Let’s face it, no matter how careful we are on our designated trails off-roading still takes a toll. From wrench ropes to bash guards the environment takes a beating. We are blessed to have access to such land, but we also have a higher calling. We need to maintain and repair the trails and off-road facilities leaving it in better shape than before we arrived. ExtremeTerrain agrees and has continued to support trail upkeep with their clean trail grant program.
ExtremeTerrain.com is an online aftermarket parts retailer supplying both Jeep and Toyota owners with the parts they need. They also have respect for the land and have continued to support their trail upkeep grant program! Their continued support allows many people to enjoy the off-road obstacles and secluded scenery for generations.
Here at ExtremeTerrain, we respect the integrity of the landscape we live, drive and play on, and strive to leave the trails we enjoy better than we found them
To date, ExtremeTerrain’s (XT) Clean Trails Initiative (CTI) has assisted over 200 trail clean ups while donating over $50,000 toward these efforts since 2015. Click the here to hook up with a trail cleanups program near you. On this map below you can witness the national impact.
So how can you get $250 to clean up your trails? Well for starters you’ll need to be in a 4×4 or environmental organization with at least 5 members. Private and public off-road park owners and employees are also welcome to apply. Next step is to apply for the grant at ExtremeTerrain’s Clean Trail Grant Program. The grant offsets the cost of tools for trail cleanups, restoration and expansion. It also can support food and non-alcoholic beverages (yes beer would attract a lot more volunteers, we know) or promotional materials to attract volunteers.
Clean Up Your Image
The clean trail grant program is not only an incentive for trail cleanups, but also to cleanup of the off-road community image. Reckless and careless abandonment for our trail system is not only hurting the environment but the sport as well. So get organized, get the grant and start making your trails better $250 at a time!