Greetings trail volunteers –

We have another trail work opportunity coming up at Sugarloaf Ridge State
Park.

On Sunday, November 2, from 9am to around 1pm we will continue rebuilding
Lower Bald Mountain Trail, just above the parking lot.

Meet us at 9am at the day use parking area on the left just past
the entry kiosk (tell them you are a volunteer for trail work) – look
for the white Trails Council tool trailer. We will provide parking
passes, tools and Clif bars with beverages afterwards.

Bring gloves, a hat and water that you can take with you while working,
and wear long pants, boots or sturdy shoes and sunscreen (or rain gear, depending on conditions). Heavy rain cancels.

No experience necessary – we have tools and trained crew leaders.

In order to make sure we have enough tools and beverages please reply to
trailscouncil@sonic.net if you plan to attend.

My apology for duplicate notices.

Ken Wells, Executive Director
Sonoma County Trails Council
707-538-9389

http://www.sonomatrails.org

 

REI-Ridge LogoGreetings trail friends and volunteers –

Spaces are still available for the REI – Ridge Trail Service Day at Hood Mt. Regional Park.

On Saturday, November 1, the Trails Council and Sonoma County Regional Parks Hood Mt. will lead a trail maintenance project on the Bay Area Ridge Trail in Hood Mt. Regional Park as a part of the larger REI – Ridge Trail Service Day, which has 12 projects in parks throughout the Bay Area.

This volunteer work day will conclude with an assortment of beverages (including Lagunitas) and a lunch from Chipotle Mexican Grill.

No experience necessary – we have tools and trained crew leaders.

We have limited space so in order to participate you must register at the Bay Area Ridge Trail Council web site:

http://www.ridgetrail.org/events/rei-ridge-trail-service-day

We recommend you dress in layers for changing weather, in clothes you can get dirty; bring gloves, sturdy closed-toe shoes, long sleeved shirt and pants, hats, possibly rain gear or sunscreen.

Please bring a full water bottle you can carry with you.

Meet us at 9am at the Los Gullicos parking area on Pythian Road. We will work ’til about 12:30pm with lunch to follow. Details will be provided when you register at the Ridge Trail website.

Volunteers under 14 most be accompanied by a responsible adult, and under 18 most have a parent or guardian sign the sign the liability waiver.

Heavy rain will cancel. We will decide to cancel by 5pm on Friday evening, please check www.ridgetrail.org.

My apology for duplicate postings.

If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact me.

Ken Wells, Executive Director
Sonoma County Trails Council
707-538-9389
www.sonomatrails.org