Welcome

Stewards of the Sequoia are people who enjoy all types of recreation including:

Off Road Vehicles, Mountain Bikes, Horse Riding, Hiking, Hunting, Fishing, Camping, Windsurfing, Boating, Rock Climbing and more...
See Stewards "Who We Are" video.

We put our time and sweat into the trails we love as the largest on the ground volunteer organization in the Sequoia National Forest to keep trails open to everyone.

Others have told us that we cannot share our public lands. We know we can and do. We encourage all people to share the trails. We believe that no one group of users has more right to enjoy public lands than another.


There are enough Public Lands for all to use and share.


TOGETHER WE CAN KEEP OUR TRAILS OPEN

About Stewards of the Sequoia
Stewards of the Sequoia members care deeply about our lands, wildlife and forests. We represent all people who enjoy multiple use trails. Founded in 2004, our Trail Appreciation volunteers perform maintenance on over 200 miles of trail each year as a Forest Partner. See our Volunteer Hour Meter for the total hours and miles our volunteers have donated.

Check our Events Page and find out how you can help keep your trails open and healthy. Check out the Wall of Fame to see who helped on trails this year.

We do not tolerate trail closures unless there is a valid reason. Then we try to fix the problem, instead of allowing the trail to be closed.

We sponsor tree plantings to speed up the renewal of the largest fire in the history of the Sequoia National Forest, the McNally 150,000 acre wildfire area.

We support the Forest Service in common sense management of our forest to promote forest health.

We promote Responsible Recreation and Environmental Stewardship.

Stewards of the Sequoia was formed in 2004 to help keep trails open to everyone.

 

We are your Grass Roots Trail Advocates.
We are a volunteer based non profit 501c3

 

Read what others have to say about Stewards of the Sequoia.

Enough Public Lands for All of Us to Enjoy Facts to counter those who want to restrict recreation on public lands
 
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