Our Local Trails Need Your Help

Building a Trail work Community

The need is never-ending to identify and encourage new volunteers who can help the SRKG build and maintain trails.

P1020695The Greenway would like to bring more volunteers “Out of the woodwork and into the woods” during the Summer-Fall of 2013. The Greenway working together with local Conservation Commissions, the Ausbon Sargent Land Trust and the AMC have put together these great workshops.

 

Please join us!

July 23rd (Tuesday):
Easy:
Sunapee: Upper Sunapee Village to North Rd
Help and Learn: How to Blaze a Trail. Walk and Work. Some paint and plastic blazes will show the way.
Contact: Lisa Correa email: c.lisa7716@gmail.com.

Moderate:
Goshen: Lower Summit Trail, Mount Sunapee State Park.
Help and Learn: How to Clean a Waterbar. Rakes and shovels after a short walk in. Contact: Dave Coulter (ph: 934-0148)

Difficult:
Andover: Ragged Mountain from Proctor Academy.
Help and Learn: How to Move a Trail. Hike uphill 1.5 miles with tools (Difficult but worth it!)
Contact: Gerry Gold (ph: 526-2857 or: geecubed@yahoo.com)

P1020660July 24-26 (Wed-Fri): Wilmot: Winslow SP, Mount Kearsarge.
Help Student Conservation Association (SCA) high school student crew repair the Barlow Trail.
Contact email: trails@www.srkg.com.
Student Conservation Association & SRK Greenway Coalition.

July 28-31 (Sun-Wed): Wilmot: Winslow SP, Mount Kearsarge.
Help Student Conservation Assoc. crew repair the Barlow Trail.
Contact email: trails@www.srkg.com.
Student Conservation Association & SRK Greenway Coalition.

This 2013 Trail work initiative is supported by a grant from the Quabbin-to-Cardigan Partnership. Visit  www.q2cpartnership.org for more information.


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