Bronco Wild Fund Helping Hands public access stewardship
What is the Helping Hands program? The Helping Hands Program is designed to maintain public use areas for future visitors, protect the natural resources by preventing erosion and social trails, and keep watersheds clean by removing trash from the public lands. Wild Alabama holds a volunteer agreement with the Alabama Forest Service in the Talladega National Forest and Bankhead National Forest. Between these two National Forests, Wild Alabama oversees stewardship events on over 200 miles of trail.
Bronco Wild Fund and your local Ford Dealers have selected Wild Alabama to support.Inspired by the epic return of the legendary Ford Bronco brand, the Bronco Wild Fund is a mission with a deep respect for our public lands – and an unbridled commitment to helping those lands continue to be a world of wonder for all. Toward that purpose, the Bronco Wild Fund is teaming up with like-minded collaborators like Wild Alabama to keep the great outdoors great. At the Bronco Wild Fund, we want to connect people to the outdoors, responsibly. Ford is committed to the preservation of the environment and treading lightly.
Want to get involved? No experience is necessary to volunteer in Helping Hands events! Signup for an event through our website calendar or subscribe to our newsletter to stay up-to-date on upcoming projects.
Helping Hands Stewardship Events
TRAIL MAINTENANCE - brushing back new growth, removing social trails, fixing erosion, etc.