28 Jan

Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship is applying for CA OHV Grants

Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship is applying to CA OHV to perform maintenance on the Downieville Trail System. For more information on this project head...
20 Jan

Lost and Found Gravel Grinder Registration Opens January 20

One of America's top gravel events expands for 2020 Celebrating its seventh anniversary of taking adventurous cycling souls through the remote and rugged beauty of the Lost Sierra near Lake Davis,...
29 Nov

SBTS Announces Mountains to Meadows

Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship Announces Mountains to Meadows The “Original Gravel Enduro” expands with a new name and more good times with good people  After a successful five-year...
12 Sep

NorCal Trail Stewardship Camp: 2019 Recap

We are pleased to share this story from Vanessa Hauswald, Executive Director of the NorCal High School Cycling League, about the summer camp we do in partnership with them each year. NorCal Trail...
2 Sep

Understanding E-bikes and What They Mean to Lost Sierra Trails

The mission of the Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship (SBTS), a 501c3 non-profit organization, is “Building sustainable recreation-based communities through stewardship, job creation and world-class...
8 Jul

Builders for Builders Raises $56,000 for trail projects including Beckwourth Peak Trail

The Builders for Builders fundraiser benefiting Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship was an enormous success, raising $56,000 much of which will be used for the Beckwourth Peak Trail Project. 5,600...
15 Apr

Chris McGovern and the Birth of Lost and Found

Chris is also an award-winning frame builder, winning Best Cyclocross Bike at the 2019 North American Handmade Bike Show. Chris McGovern's involvement with the Stewardship has taken many shapes...
8 Apr

Jeff Sperry – From Super Volunteer to SBTS Employee

We often get asked what it takes to secure a job with the Stewardship, and there could be no better example than the story of Jeff Sperry, who was hired last summer as the Volunteer Co-Coordinator...
4 Apr

Comments Needed for Downieville and Quincy Trailwork

Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship (SBTS) has applied for two Ground Operations grants this year and need your comments to CA-OHV on both so we can receive the grants and continue providing #dirtmagic...
2 Apr

We Are Hiring For Our Pro Trail Crew

Come to join us and make Dirt Magic throughout in the Lost Sierra! If you love building trail in the mountains, this is job has it! Dates: 4/8/2019-10/4/2019 Pay: $16-24/hour...
21 Mar

Junior and High School Students, Apply for Our Knights of the Lost Sierra Earn-A-Bike Program

Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship is excited to announce its Knights of the Lost Sierra Earn-A-Bike Program. Through the generosity of Michael Knighten’s original 5 Bucks A Foot multiple Santa...
22 Jan

The Farm and Klean Kanteen Receive Volunteer and Partner of the Year Awards

In addition to blood, sweat and tears, the Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship (SBTS) is fueled by passion and volunteerism, for without good people who give their time and resources to a good cause,...
26 Dec

Fall Trailwork Report

The new Indian Falls Ridge Loop Trail November has kept the crew really busy on the trail. We finally completed the construction and maintenance of the loop on Indian Falls Ridge 2 on Mt. Hough...
19 Dec

Yuba Expeditions Donates $12,835 to Sierra Frontier Medical Resources

Downieville Fire Ambulance. Photo Credit Mary Davey If you rode a Yuba Expeditions shuttle in 2018, you were part of something very special – helping fund a full-time paramedic in Downieville....
20 Nov

Five Kids Earn New Santa Cruz Chameleons

After winning Five Bucks a Foot, the annual Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship fundraiser for trails, Michael Knighten of San Francisco was rewarded with his choice of any Santa Cruz mountain bike worth...
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