The above area, when we started, was covered by blackberries. Now the trail is nearly done.
January 23rd we had great weather and an awesome session. Lots of photos were taken.
Soon we’ll start our next trail, youth internships were added, and a new restoration program is planned. It’s a lot, we’re excited.
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On Saturday, December 12th, we had awesome weather, and finished off another stockpile. The photo (just above) shows the material we started with, nine of us – including one new volunteer.
We hope you will contact us about volunteering. Our session size will increase in the new year.
Happy Holidays, expect more news soon!
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In addition to capping, volunteers installed a culvert, as our photos show. Capping of the Pump-house Trail is now expected to continue for “at least” two more sessions.
Volunteer sessions resumed on October 10th. Ballast rock, shown in the last post, was covered with 5/8″ minus crushed. Capping will continue at the upcoming session.
That October 24th session is full, but spots on both the November 14th and December 12th sessions remain open.
Hopefully we will be able to add a third group of five volunteers, so work on a new trail can begin. It’s called the Brickyard Creek Trail, and can be viewed on this map.