Membership

The Friends of the Red Cedar State Trail and Hoffman Hills is comprised of individuals, families and businesses who pay a nominal membership fee. The Friends’ group has over 100 members. Board members are elected to serve in officer positions or as board members at large. Board members are a diverse group who work with the Department of Natural Resources on the shared goal of sustaining, improving and maintaining the Red Cedar State Trail and Hoffman Hills. The Board meets every other month (odd numbered months of January, March, May, July, September and November). The meetings are held at the LeisureCenter on the first Thursday of the odd numbered months. Usually, the meetings start at 7:00 p.m. On occasion, the start time is 6:00 p.m. The day and time of the meetings are posted on the Friends of the Red Cedar State Trail and Hoffman Hills web page.

How to Join
You can become a member by doing either of the following:

1. Printing this form, fill it out an send it along wih a check to

Friends of the Red Cedar Trail & Hoffman Hills
PO Box 628
Menomonie, WI 54751

2. Fill out this form and then press DONE at the end.
Make your payment at this secure site Square Cash

 

Volunteer Opportunities
The Friends of the Red Cedar State Trail and Hoffman Hills have been blessed by the willingness of community members and community organizations to volunteer on projects that improve both trails. This generosity has become even more important in the past few years due to State funding cuts to the Department of Natural Resources’ budget. The Friends have responded to these budget cuts by increasing their volunteer efforts. Grooming of the Red Cedar State Trail in winter is done completely by volunteers. Skiers donate to a grooming fund to help offset the grooming costs at Hoffman Hills. “A wish list of projects” is made each year to improve and keep the Red Cedar State Trail and Hoffman Hills as the treasures we locals, as well as the many visitors, enjoy. Several of the projects on the list include; eradicating invasive species, working on exhibits, gardening at the depot, repairing birdhouses, trail projects, working in the depot, being a trail ambassador, or helping with special programs such as the Candlelight Ski and National Trails Day.

If you are interested in volunteering, or have any questions about volunteering, contact any of the board members. You will be rewarded knowing you had a part in preserving and maintaining these two Dunn County treasures. The Friends of the Red Cedar State Trail and Hoffman Hills would like to thank all of you who have volunteered in the past and look forward to your help on our future wish list projects.