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Extreme Terrain Clean Trail Initiative

Posted: 05/24/21

Care For Big Bear is getting the word out about the Extreme Terrain Clean Trail Initiative and Grant Program open to off-roading clubs, environmental organizations, and dedicated off-roading lovers!

Extreme Terrain’s Clean Trail Grant Program is offering a $250 grant for trail improvement projects. Wrangler and 4x4 groups and organizations, as well as those who manage publicly and privately owned trails are invited to apply for the grant. In addition, groups or organizations that manage projects to clean up and maintain nature preserves, walking/hiking trails and public parks are also welcome to apply.

With great power comes great responsibility. The custom built, and modified, Jeeps and trucks we all love do have an impact on the land they travel over. Even with careful use of things like winches and tow straps , trails can take a beating. When we wrap our aftermarket wheels in big, honkin’ 33+ inch off-road tires , or drag our skid plates on some righteous rocks, the terrain can get chewed up. When we bounce around rocky terrain with no tops, or camp out for the night, we may leave some accidental trash behind. Here at Extreme Terrain, 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. Extreme Terrain

For this reason we are pleased to launch the Clean Trail Grant program as outlined below: