Mebane Trail Rangers promotes, supports and helps maintain the trails in Mebane, provides educational workshops and advocates for health and wellness in nature while partnering with our local government, the citizens of Mebane and our guests.
During the pandemic, North Carolinians turned to the great outdoors for solitude and healing. Our national, state and local parks experienced a historical increase in attendance. In 2021, the NC House of Representatives unanimously passed House Bill 554 designating 2023 as ‘Year of the Trail.’ The bill encourages special programming and festivals to celebrate the trail and honor and recognize trail caretakers. We are proud that our Representative, Mr. Ricky Hurtado was one of the sponsors of the bill. Mebane Trail Rangers is gearing up for a fun-filled 2023!
2023: North Carolina Year of the Trail House Bill 554
OUR AREAS OF FOCUS
Mebane Trail Rangers commitment to Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (JEDI) aspires to cultivate greater strength and resilience within and beyond the organization as we work together to protect our community trails. We welcome all people who have a passion for the great outdoors.
Want to Join Us or Learn More about Mebane Trail Rangers?
Mebane Trail Rangers meet the first Thursday of every month at 6:30 PM. Nov-April we meet at the MACC, May-Oct we meet at Lake Michael. Read more about our program at ABOUT US. Everyone is welcome to attend! Reach out if you have questions and follow us on FB and IG.
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Mebane Trail Rangers is under the umbrella of the Mebane Woman’s Club, operating under the club’s Mebane on the Move. Mebane Trail Rangers welcomes everyone and is open to all individuals who are interested in plants, nature, birding, health and wellness.