Source One Serenity's Trail Program

Make Impact on Public Lands

Since 2021, Source One Serenity has been collaborating with the Umpqua National Forest to reopen the Boulder Creek Trail #1552 in the Boulder Creek Wilderness that wasn't accessible for a decade.

Although the trail is already passable thanks to countless hours of volunteers and partners, there is still more work that needs to be done. In 2024, we will continue the trail work in the Boulder Creek Wilderness but also work in some other great locations in the Umpqua National Forest and county parks.

Upcoming Projects and Events

Trail Work at Wild Rose Trail

June 29, 2024: A Blend of Nature and Culture

Join us at Illahee Flats at 9 am for Trail Work on Wild Rose Trail. Then, at 5 pm, immerse yourself in the captivating storytelling by a Raven storyteller, a Klamath Modoc, exploring our connection with animals and the land.

Stay the night and camp at Illahee Flats, a primitive site with a restroom facility.

Rebuilding Reynolds Shelter

August 2024, Dates: TBD

A meaningful project in our community we are working on is to rebuild Reynolds Shelter which was built by CCC in the 1930ies but burnt in 2018.

Ongoing Project "Reopen the Trail" in the Boulder Creek Wilderness

Thanks to our dedicated trail crew members, volunteers, and several partners, this trail is passable again!

Past Events in 2023

On public lands to date, Source One Serenity has:

cleared

56.5

miles of trails

rendered

3,726

volunteer hours

estimated value of

$61,597

“Conservation is getting nowhere because it is incompatible with our Abrahamic concept of land. We abuse land because we regard it as a commodity belonging to us. When we see land as a community to which we belong, we may begin to use it with love and respect.”

Aldo Leopold