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Bear Valley Trails Work Day – August 6th, 2022 at 8:30 am

“Two Projects” Trail Work Day

Bear Valley Trail Stewardship Volunteers: Saturday, August 6th – 8:30 am

Trail Work Day & Complimentary Lunch

Join the Bear Valley Trail Stewardship group for a morning of trail work on Saturday, August 6th, to help clean up two local trails.  They’ll be working on the Upper Tamarack Trail, which begins at the far end of the meadow next to the highway.  The other group will cover the Emigrant Trail at the other end of the meadow leading to Lake Alpine.  Bring your family and friends as we have tools and work for all skill levels.  We will be raking the tread, lopping branches and brushing, fixing drains, and cleaning up branches and debris to make those trails accessible and enjoyable.

This will be followed by a complimentary Trail Workers Lunch sponsored by the Bear Valley Trail Stewardship with good food, good friends, and of course, refreshments for young and adults.

WHEN- Trail Work from 8:30 to 12:30 this Saturday – 8/6, followed by a 1 pm trail workers lunch next to the Bear Valley Adventure Center.

MEET- at the Bear Valley Adventure Center (BVAC – aka:gas station) at 8:30 am for registration, a short introduction, and a tool safety briefing.  From there, we will divide up and carpool to the job sites. We usually knock off by 12:30 pm for a complimentary trail workers lunch back at the Bear Valley Adventure Center at 1 pm.

NOTE-  Please park in the lot near the frisbee golf course, so we don’t crowd BVAC parking.

WHO- Bring friends and family, as there are working levels for everyone. Come out and help get these two popular trails back in top shape!

BRING-  Don’t forget gloves, hat, and sunscreen, along with sturdy shoes, water, and snacks. Many tools will be provided but may be in short supply, so if you have your own, please bring your rakes, shovels, picks, and loppers. Be sure to mark all tools with your name.

More information at: BearValleyTrails.org

-or- email: Mike@bearvalleytrails.org (Mike Cooke, BVTS President)