The Cranbrook Community Forest (CCF) society and Wildhorse Cycling Club are starting an adopt-a-trail program. We are looking for volunteers to pick a trail, check it in the spring and fall, and give it a little love (pruning, raking). Volunteers will also identify maintenance issues and make suggestions for trail improvements. Any modifications to trails will be coordinated and delivered by trained work crews. The CCF trail subcommittee is working on an adopt-a-trail guidebook and will send that around to volunteers. If you'd like to volunteer, check out unassigned trails here - https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1fG-ShdgOCa8R3pFb9aEH9b1GVdIjshb_cD2MXGTfc2w/edit?usp=sharing, and let us know which trail you'd like to adopt by sending an e-mail to email@example.com. Adopt a trail volunteers 2020 Trail name,Difficulty,General Location,Distance (m),Volunteer Arbour Trail,Blue,Cranbrook Community Forest,2,799 Axel Alley,Blue,Cranbrook Community Forest,588 Big Tree Trail,Blue,Cranbrook Community Forest,3,233 Bonehead,Blue,Cranbrook Community Forest,4,162,John Przeczek Bonehead Connecto... docs.google.com This will officially start in late summer/fall, and we'll send an e-mail reminder to check your trail. However feel free to get going earlier if you're keen!
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