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Insurgent Brewing in Chino Valley Donates Portion of Peavine Trail Ale Proceeds

Pictured from left to right: Sarah Gallegos, Rob Valenzuela, Ann Hendrickson, Laura Valenzuela, Scott Bruner, Maggie Tidaback The Town of Chino Valley Economic Development Project Coordinator, Maggie Tidaback and Community Services Director, Scott Bruner were proud to stand alongside Insurgent Brewing Co. owners Rob and Laura Valenzuela today as they presented Ann Hendrickson, President of

Prescott National Forest

THANK YOU: Trails Volunteers & Partner Organizations

To our volunteers and partners, we sincerely thank you for your contributions to the trails and wilderness of the Prescott National Forest during the last year. Volunteers donated over 4,000 hours resulting in 284 miles of trails maintained and over 20 miles of trail constructed in 2021. Your dedication to the safety, sustainability and enjoyment

Prescott National Forest

Yavapai Trails Association Awarded Arizona Community Foundation Funding for Maintenance on Almosta Trails

Photo by Linda Hunyar, https://alltrails.com Yavapai Trails Association (YTA) was awarded $17,500.00 in funding to complete this trail maintenance project to benefit hikers, mountain bikers, and equestrians. To successfully complete the project YTA has partnered with the Prescott National Forest and Back Country Horsemen of Central Arizona (BCHCAZ) ) to leverage private donations, collaboration, and

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Yavapai Trails Association Awarded Funding For Restoration Work on Groom Creek Loop Trail

Yavapai Trails Association (YTA) was one of 48 organizations in the nation to be awarded $15,000.00 in funding to complete this trail maintenance project to benefit hikers, mountain bikers, and equestrians.  To successfully complete the project YTA has partnered with the Prescott National Forest, Back Country Horseman of Central Arizona (BCHCAZ), and the Prescott Mountain