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Washington/Ozaukee County Chapter Trail Improvement
September 24, 2019 @ 5:30 pm
Event details: We will be focusing on the removal of Buckthorn and Honeysuckle, which are invasive species that are crowding out the native trees and plant life.
- We recommend a long-sleeve shirt, pants and hat for trail work.
- Plan for variable weather – bring a few layers of clothing and rain gear if the weather is questionable.
- Sturdy hiking or work boots (no tennis shoes) and leather work gloves.
- A bottle of water, backpack, insect repellent, sunscreen
No previous experience is necessary; training is provided by certified volunteer crew leaders. There will be roles for all ages and abilities. Tools will be provided.
If this is your first time volunteering for the Ice Age Trail Alliance, or you haven’t filled out a 301a Volunteer Agreement form, please download the form and bring it with you to the workday.
An RSVP to Dave Nelsen by September 23rd so he can better plan for this project, would be appreciated.
Location details: Please meet at the lower parking lot off of Emerald Drive near Loew Lake. From Hwy K, (just north of Monches) and driving north, turn right (east) on Emerald Drive and continue for approximately 1.5 to 2 miles to the DNR parking lot sign and turn right. From Hwy K, driving south, turn left (east) on Shamrock Lane and turn right on Emerald Drive. Turn left (east) at the DNR parking lot sign. Click here for directions to the meeting location. Watch for yellow “Ice Age Trail Event” signs.