The Black Forest Trails Association is a local community non-profit organization with the following goal: To create a safe, legitimate, non-motorized, multi-use recreational trail system that connects Black Forest neighborhoods to each other and the El Paso County Regional Trail System.
The BFTA organization works with local residents and various government agencies to ensure Black Forest area public trails are kept in good shape, new trails are included in new development plans, works with local residents to create connecting paths between our many beautiful parks and trails systems, plus much more to help keep your Black Forest area parks and trails open and pleasurable for your use.
That darn fire! Upfront, of course, it changed many lives and destroyed our own and our neighbor’s property and possessions. However, it quickly became apparent, the lasting challenge was that it left victims with a seemingly overwhelming task to reclaim their lives and reconstruct their homes in the forest. Remarkably, after only five years, much has been accomplished. Our community rallied around the victims and markedly sped up the recovery. To date, over half of the nearly 500 homes lost have been rebuilt and much of the vacant land has been sold to new neighbors intent on building their own place in the forest. READ MORE...
Friends of Homestead Ranch Want You to Lead the Friends Group
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Membership runs from April 1 to March 31 of the following year. You can renew your membership for 2018 / 2019 (or join if you're not a member) now.
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