CAMTB welcomes it’s newest coalition member, Amador Trail Stewardship

Co-Founders Brett Watson, 2nd from left, and
Brad Booker, 2nd from right, out with the boys in Amador County

We are pleased to announce the newest addition to the CAMTB family, Amador Trail Stewardship. ATS was founded by Brett Watson (pictured 2nd from left) and Brad Booker (pictured 2nd from right) in 2021 to provide local outdoor recreation opportunities in Amador County. It strives to develop, provide access to, and maintain multi-use trail systems that enhance the local community in Amador County, which straddles the Hwy 88 corridor running from Jackson up to Kirkwood. ATS wants to see residents of Amador living healthy lifestyles and to invite surrounding communities to enjoy our natural beauty while increasing commerce, by way of recreation, to the county. For more information visit or like and subscribe them on Facebook and Instagram.

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