Roaring Fork Outdoor Volunteers

Kayleigh Flynn / Roaring Fork Outdoor Volunteers


  Roaring Fork Outdoor Volunteers was originally founded to build and restore trails. In 2012, they also started an in-school K-12 education program, teaching everything from snowshoeing to gardening. But now with in-person classes canceled, they’re coming up with new ways to keep students engaged with the outdoors. KDNK's Lucas Turner spoke to Jacob Baker, Communications and Outreach Coordinator for Roaring Fork Outdoor Volunteers about their new initiative “My Window, Our World.”

Physical Activities Abound Under the Sun

Aug 16, 2018
The Sopris Sun

Reporter Megan Tackett of the Sopris Sun interviews Joelle Fotion, of Fotion's Clubhouse Gym, about Carbondale's first ever Strongman competition. Additionally, Olivia Deihs, program manager for Roaring Fork Outdoor Volunteers shares about some ongoing projects.

Tuesday Community Calendar

Jul 3, 2018
Roaring Fork Mountain Bike Association

Here’s your community calendar for Tuesday, July 3rd, underwritten by Sopris Liquor and Wine, at the corner of 133 and Main in Carbondale. For a list of today's events like Roaring Fork Outdoor Volunteers Sykline Ridge, trail building project follow the headline...

Roaring Fork Outdoor Volunteers

As part of our fall membership drive, KDNK is highlighting many of the nonprofits that make our community unique. News Director Raleigh Burleigh spoke with David Hamilton, Executive Director for Roaring Fork Outdoor Volunteers, to learn more about the organization that has built and maintained many trails in Western Colorado.