If you’ve been eager for trail work, but the chance to frolic around in the poison oak on Cabin Creek doesn’t light your candle, we have other options.
A group of dedicated trail work volunteers called Trail Center are coming from the Bay Area to help us with Gateway II construction. Between 15 and 20 people will arrive on Thursday evening, June 23rd, to set up camp at the KOA. They will work on trails all day Friday, Saturday, and half of Sunday. To support this effort, MSTA needs the following:
- You can do trail work alongside the visiting group between 9 and 3 on Friday or Saturday. We’ll announce where to meet and we’ll provide lunch. You can work any amount of time you wish and leave at your leisure. It will be fun to have a large group of locals and visitors contributing to our signature trail project.
- Glenn Harvey will be cooking breakfast for the visitors all three mornings. He needs help with that on Friday and Sunday mornings at 6:30 am—yes, you heard me correctly, 6:30 am. But if you want to come at 7 or 7:30, we’ll hug you and say thanks. Everyone needs a hug.
- We need help setting up lunch at the worksite on Friday and Saturday—likely at noon.
If any of these options sound like a thumbs up for you, contact me or Glenn Harvey via email or phone.
Glenn Harvey: 530-925-9287 firstname.lastname@example.org
John Harch: 530-859-2454 email@example.com
More info to come as the dates near.