North State Together’s county network, Trinity Together: Cradle to Career Partnership , along with local conservation and education entities, The Watershed Research and Training Center and The Trinity County Resource Conservation District, just wrapped up a joint youth publication effort. Trinity Tracks Guidebook: An education and exploration guide for families living in Trinity County (Trinity Tracks), was the first effort of it’s kind in Trinity County, an opportunity that evolved due to the inability to provide summer day camps to students this year. As one familiar with the region might expect, Trinity Tracks emphasizes learning opportunities in the great outdoors. Seasonal activities for youth and families, as well as resources for parents, are highlighted in the publication. Think Ranger Rick meets the local parenting magazine! Through partnerships with local school districts, Trinity Tracks made its way to every household with a child aged 5-12 in Trinity County. While Trinity Tracks was a pilot publication, future collaborative issues are already in the works. This publication was mailed to families in the county and limited copies are available at The Watershed Center in Hayfork and the Trinity County Resource Conservation District in Weaverville.