A warm welcome to all our Friends of Kananaskis Country volunteers, new and returning, for your dedication to building and maintaining your trail community.
We are excited to have wrapped up a successful 2022 Trail Care season and can't wait to see you on the trails in 2023!
We'll keep you posted through the 'What's Happening' email on upcoming volunteer events. Sign up, spread the word, and help build & maintain your trail community!
If you have questions or feedback, please let us know.
the FKC Team
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2022 Trail Season Recap
We're happy to report on another successful year from FKC, which included some expansions to our program scope - we acquired 4 e-bikes and packable tool kits which enabled our 'backcountry crew' volunteers to access projects beyond our usual 5km limit, we made great progress on the new Cloudline and Iliad trail builds, offered a number of trail sessions in the winter months, and expanded our program to the Elbow-Sheep Wildland Provincial Park. We extend our deepest thanks to you, the volunteers, who enable the success of our programs. Trail Stewardship is at the core of everything we do, and we couldn’t do it without you.
You can also see our 2022 highlights and accomplishments in our full 2022 Trail Report.
|2023 - Cloudline trail build||2||6/11/2023||6/17/2023|
|2023 - Iliad||15||6/13/2023||7/27/2023|
|2023 - Peter Lougheed PP - Forks Campground & Trail Work||2||6/14/2023||6/15/2023|
The Friends of Kananaskis Country is a non-profit society that has been incorporated since 1996. Our main focuses are:
We strive to offer volunteering opportunities in all of our projects to enhance community involvement with our organization and to foster a powerful, broad-based public connection with Kananaskis Country.
Mission: Building a community of volunteers and partners to maintain the ecological integrity and recreational use of Kananaskis Country by engaging in trail care, stewardship, education, and research.
Vision: A Kananaskis Country of exquisite natural and cultural landscapes enjoyed by present and future generations.
Mandate: Connecting people and place in a meaningful way. We develop opportunities and programs for individuals and groups to experience Kananaskis Country through engagement and sharing. We raise money to support relevant, practical initiatives that not only benefit the people involved, but benefit the ecology and ecosystems of Kananaskis Country. The Friends of Kananaskis Country brings people together to ensure future generations have the same opportunities to enjoy this special part of Alberta.