We'd like to recognize some great organizations that we currently work with, locally and across the US.  Please help in supporting these great efforts.

The Central Oregon Trail Alliance is dedicated to the stewardship of sustainable human-powered trails and preserving access for mountain bikers through advocacy and education.


Greater Oakridge Area Trail Stewards mission is to protect, create, and enhance quality trail experiences for mountain bikers in cooperation with other trail users in the Oakridge area. In addition, we actively promote responsible trail use, support volunteer trail work, assist land managers with trail management issues, and improve relations among all trail user groups.


Camber Outdoor is an advocacy, education, and resources for women in the outdoor, bike and snowsports industries. We have a lot planned for the next 12 months - and your membership will help us continue to deliver professional development opportunities across the US, present our Thought Leader and Award ceremonies at the trade shows, and provide relevant content, resources and webinars.


Eugene Mountain Rescue is a volunteer organization based in Eugene, Oregon.  We formed in 1968 to provide Lane County with trained volunteer rescuers for emergencies in mountainous areas, steep terrain or backcountry areas requiring mountaineering proficiency to work safely. Our search and rescue missions involve lost and/or injured climbers, skiers, hikers, hunters or downed aircraft victims.  EMR is a member of the Oregon Mountain Rescue Council and national Mountain Rescue Association.


Vision To eliminate hunger in Lane County.
Mission To alleviate hunger by creating access to food.
Values In carrying out our mission, FOOD for Lane County embraces the following core values and exemplifies them in our work: partnerships; self-sufficiency; diversity; service with dignity; advocacy and education; stewardship and acknowledgment.


The Disciples of Dirt is a mountain bike club dedicated to the stewardship of sustainable multi-use trails and to preserving and enhancing access for mountain bikers through advocacy, outreach, social events, and promoting responsible trail use.