Communities build trails, and trails build community!
NMTA needs your help, and you will have fun while helping us. Advocacy comes in several different forms. We need to be physical advocates, political advocates, and social advocates. We need to be physical advocates, using sweat equity to build and maintain the trails for which we advocate.
In each form of advocacy, there are roles to fit all types of personalities, interests, time commitments, and experience levels. If you find a task that strikes your fancy, or have an even better idea on how you can help, email .
Volunteering should be fun!
We want you to serve in the area that best fits you.
We need social advocates to help strengthen our community through fun events which attract more people to build and advocate for our trails. Social advocacy roles are geared to people who love to have fun and enjoy sharing their love of the trails with other people.
We need political advocates to help us in securing access to new trails while preserving the ones we have. Political advocacy roles are geared for people who are passionate about trail access, enjoy problem solving, and understand that at the end of the road are trails that our grandchildren will ride.
We need physical advocates using good old-fashioned sweat equity to build and maintain the trails for which we love. Physical advocacy is basically trail building. These roles are for people who enjoy working in the woods and turning a line of flags into fresh new trail.