BY KEVIN HOLSAPPLE
Pajarito Conservation Alliance
If you are a trail user on the Los Alamos side of the Jemez, there is a new way for you to join with other trail users to identify common interests and provide input to the County, Forest Service, and other land managers about the trail system that we all use. The Pajarito Trails Roundtable (PTR) seeks participation from a diverse range of trail users including bikers, hikers, equestrians, birders/naturalists, trail runners, conservationists, adjacent residents, community groups, and the like. Participants of all ages are welcome. To participate, all that is required is to join an email list that will be used to collect inputs through online surveys and discussion. Anyone who is interested can start the process by completing the brief questionnaire at https://forms.gle/aygZ32F9V1qzBGKT8
The PTR has been convened by the Pajarito Conservation Alliance (PCA) as an initiative to support sustainable trails in our area. PCA is interested in improving the experience of people who use area trails and other open-space recreation opportunities. Participants in the PTR do not need to be members of the PCA.