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Walla Hi Segment – Corridor Clearing Event
April 7, 2017 @ 10:00 am - April 8, 2017 @ 4:00 pm
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We’ll start the trailbuilding season with a Triple-Header to get ahead of oak wilt and bird nesting seasons. We will lay the groundwork for tread construction to follow later in the year. Corridor clearing provides an entertaining Trail workday for the whole family; a wide range of ages and skills can get a thrill wielding a handsaw or clippers while spring flowers are still finding their path through the snow.
April 7-8 (Fri-Sat), Corridor Clearing taking place at three simultaneous events across the state.
1. Ringle Segment, Marathon County
2. Firth Lake Segment, Chippewa County
3. Walla Hi Segment, Manitowoc County (Chainsaw Safety training- CLASS IS FULL as of 2.24.17)
For this event, we’ve arranged for an indoor camping opportunity on Friday evening at the Schleswig Town Hall for those wishing to participate both days of the event. The Town Hall space is heated and has bathrooms and a kitchen for warming/serving food. Bring your pad/mattress, sleeping bag, and pillow for the overnight “slumber party.” White noise machines optional.
No previous experience is necessary; training is provided by certified volunteer crew leaders. There will be roles for all ages and abilities.
Your contribution is welcome for any part of the event or the entire project. Work begins on Friday, April 7 at 10am, and concludes Saturday, April 8 by 4pm. Work begins about 8am on Saturday.
What to Bring:
- We recommend a long-sleeve shirt and pants for trail work.
- Plan for variable weather – bring warm layers and rain gear.
- Sturdy hiking or work boots (no tennis shoes) and leather work gloves.
- Day pack, water bottles, insect repellent, sunscreen and a hat.
- If camping, bring a headlamp, tent, sleeping gear and toiletries.
We love dogs, but we ask that you not bring them to this event. Woolly mammoths are welcome.