Welcome to the CVTA website!
2015 Year-End Fundraiser Campaign
Annual Meeting & Social - March 1, 2016
Douglas County Community and Senior Center,
1329 Waterloo Lane, Gardnerville
Fall/Winter 2015-2016 Newsletter
Our Fall/Winter 2015-2016 newsletter is now available! Read it here (.pdf)
Get involved – Join the CVTA Board!
We are seeking CVTA members who are committed to CVTA’s mission and vision
and are ready to make a contribution to the leadership of the organization as member
of the CVTA Board of Directors.
Mission: CVTA is a volunteer based nonprofit organization working with partners to
provide access to public lands through a recreational trail system for present and
future generations to enjoy.
Vision: Communities connected to nature through a system of trails.
If you are interested in being nominated to the CVTA Board of Directors, please fill out
the CVTA Board Member Application and mail it to the address listed on the application.
The application outlines the responsibilities of serving on the CVTA board and will provide
the nominations committee with information about the interests, skills and available time
of prospective board members. Nominations are ongoing and we invite interested CVTA
members to apply. For more information, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Annual Hike For Health Day - June 6, 2015
Pinyon Trail Grand Opening, March 14, 2015
Eagle Scout Projects Completed
Nate Finley completed his Eagle Scout Project with Troop 226 this past January 31st
on the Bently-Kirman Tract Trail. Nate supervised the construction of 30 feet of boardwalk
along a short floodplain channel that can be muddy or wet. The project was located 1/4
mile from the trailhead.
Nate received all of his funding for the lumber and hardware through donations from family
and friends. "Since I began Cub Scouts at six years old, my goal has been to become an
Eagle Scout. I would like to thank all of my supporters for helping me, including Bently
Agrodynamics, The Nature Conservancy, Carson Valley Trails Association, fellow scouts,
friends and family."
Symon DeWitt finished his Eagle Scout Project with Troop 411 on January 17th on the Bently-Kirman Tract Trail. “I would like to thank all of the individuals who helped me along the way to complete a project that benefits our community", Symon said. He coordinated the project with the Carson Valley Trails Association to construct an additional 30 feet of boardwalk along the first loop of the trail system. Working alongside many fellow scouts, friends and family, Symon added the additional boardwalk onto an existing 25 feet of boardwalk that was completed last summer by fellow scout Kyle Camara. Symon received most of the materials from the Home Depot at a discounted rate with additional funding provided by the Carson Valley Lions Club and Rotary Club of Minden. The boardwalk serves to keep the feet of trail users dry when the area becomes muddy or underwater.
Genoa Trail System
Fay-Luther Trail System
Grand View Loop
Bently-Kirman Tract Trail
River Fork Ranch Trail System
East Brockliss Loop
Clear Creek Trail
Clear Creek Trail
CVTA is on Facebook
The CVTA has a Facebook page! Be sure to click "like" if you want to stay up-to-date on project developments, trail building opportunities, hiking events, and many other exciting happenings with the CVTA!