Our mission statement
El Cerrito Trail Trekkers is a nonprofit group dedicated to preserving, improving and extending the city’s network of public pathways, stairs, trails and greenways for pedestrian and bicycle use. We also advocate for increased public open space, and sponsor activities that involve trails and open space, including hikes, festivals, and other educational events.
Lend a hand and add your spark of creative energy to the group. Here are some areas in which to participate:
Oversee and help all other committees.
David Weinstein, president
Pam Austin, vice president and treasurer
Mark Miner, secretary and webmaster
Mollie Hazen, communications director.
Organizing events such as our annual meeting, the Hillside Festival and Music for Madera
Mollie Hazen, Pam Austin, Jenny Hammer
Fundraising and Membership Committee
Explore sources of funding (grants, membership dues, selling maps, etc.) Increase Trekker membership through various sources (City events, newspaper articles, etc.)
Pam Austin, David Weinstein, Mollie Hazen
Map Makers Committee
Develop a map which includes trails which are marked as developed, passable, impassible, etc. This map will be similar to Berkeley’s and will be reproduced to sell.
Steve Bowes, Tom Gehling, David Weinstein, Carol Langhauser
Organize and schedule hikes and work with hike leaders.
Path Building Committee
Organize work parties to build, repair and maintain trails and adjacent areas.
Jenny Hammer, chair, Tom Gehling, Mark Miner
Survey Committee [no longer active]
Develop a standardized survey form; visit all trails, measure; describe in detail; add information to survey form.
Carole Fender, Walter Schweikert, Paul Steuerwald, Jenny Hammer, Pam Austin, Barbara Hill, Carol Langhauser
Trails in the news
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