Trail Improvement Work Day-Lodi Valley Chapter
April 10 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pmFree
Greetings Trail Friends!
Our next Trail Improvement event is Saturday, April 10th, at 9:00 am. We will focus on cleaning up brush and replacing and improving the signage on the segment of Ice Age Trail that runs south from the city of Lodi to the east marsh.
Meet at the wayside/trailhead on Hwy 113 just south of the city limits, at 9:00 am. We will work for two or three hours. Help out for as little or as long as you like.
We will use loppers and handsaws to clear brush and other vegetation that is growing into the Trail corridor, as well as painting tools. All tools will be provided – just bring your muscles!
We’ll take appropriate social distancing measures to help all of us stay safe as we work together on the Ice Age Trail.
Please plan to wear a mask when gathering at the event location, meeting fellow volunteers, and as you and the Crew Leader deem appropriate for the task you will be doing and your proximity to others.
We will sanitize tools throughout the event. (Or, conversely: There will be no exchanging of tools unless with a member of the same household.)
Bring work gloves and water, wear hefty shoes, long sleeves, & bring an energetic attitude.
Questions? Contact Bill at 843-3926 or [email protected]
Pencil these other trail improvement events, all on the second Saturday of the month:
Saturday, May 8th, 9:00 am
Saturday, June 12th, 9:00 am
Saturday, July 10th, 9:00 am
Locations and tasks will be announced closer to the events…
As a valued volunteer with the Ice Age Trail we thank you. We want you to know of an important action you need to take before July 2021 to ensure that you have a completed Individual Volunteer Agreement established with the National Park Service for continuing your valued work on the Ice Age National Scenic Trail. The volunteer agreement guarantees that you have access to important safety information and work guidance. The volunteer agreement also extends the same protections to you for injury coverage that federal employees receive, should you become injured while performing approved volunteer activities.
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