Mission: To extend maintain a conservation corridor that connects the pinnacle lands to other sites along the 16 mile windmill ridge located in or near 6 towns to conserve lands in nearby areas. To encourage a deeper understanding of the natural history of our landscape the wild plants animals it supports, to preserve its ecological historial integrity .
Programs: Stewardship of 1,820 acres and 21 miles of trails. Expenses are property taxes, liability insurance, trail access road maintenance trail maps brochures. Volunteers worked 1200 hours on trail development and maintenance. The average value is 12/hr 14,400 but it is not included on tax return or in financial statements. Trails brochures in kiosks show trails, inform public of rules for usage and give info about our organization.
education - many local schools use the pinnacle and the ridgeline for field trips, environmental studies and the place where students perform community service work projects such as improving trails and removing invasive species. We sponsor an education program in the 3rd and 4th grades in the westminster schools 2. For this purpose we hired a naturalist to develop a curriculum and to lead the field trips.