The Blue Ridge Bartram Trail Conservancy is fortunate enough to be able to support programs that are a vital part of our mission to maintain the 110 miles of the trail. These programs include partnerships on longer-term projects that require resources beyond our volunteer capacity. They also include training programs that help ensure that our volunteers can safely and effectively operate in the outdoors.
Follow the links below to learn more about our current and recent past programs.
Current Bartram Trail Programs
Past Bartram Trail Programs
- 2022 Public Lands Corps
- 2022 Youth Conservation Corps – View Crew Photos on Flickr
- 2021 Macon Youth Trail Corps
Support for these programs comes is various ways and we’re always thankful for the generosity of our members, major donors, foundations, and organizational partners for all they do. If you would like to support these programs, we are looking for special allocation donations to specific programs that we’ve targeted for the current year.
Our Bartram Trail Program Partners
We’ve been fortunate to be able to partner with several organizations that also operate under similar missions. These programs take a lot of effort to organize, support, and operate, but the efforts are well worth it. Follow the links below to learn more about our Bartram Trail Program Partners:
Last but not least, we have to recognize our US Forest Service partners for their guidance and support from getting these programs funded through on the ground support with training, equipment, and rolling up their sleeves to work with our crews:
- Chattoga Ranger District
- Nantahala Ranger District
- Cheoah Ranger District