news Trail Work This Saturday: Help Build Bill’s Trail

Attention Trail Stewards & Volunteers:

Volunteers Needed for This Saturday!

You’ll have a chance to be part of the progress – and get an advance preview – on Bill’s Trail in Samuel P. Taylor Park.
Bill’s Trail  – Saturday, November 12 

Bill’s Trail is an amazing 4-mile trail connecting Devil’s Gulch with the top of Mt. Barnaby at Samuel P. Taylor State Park. It traverses through a forest of Douglas firs, Swordferns, and Redwood trees.The trail was originally open to hikers only. But now, thanks to a change-in-use decision, the trail will become a multi-use trail open to hikers, bikers and equestrians in the near future. Thanks to all those who helped support this effort so far!

Now, volunteers are encouraged to come help move the project forward. This Trail Day on Bill’s Trail provides an opportunity to preview the trail – which is currently closed to all users
Activities will include trail brushing, trailside invasive vegetation removal, hauling fill material to a geotextile fabric wall, and construction of a geo fabric wall (burrito wall)
Please pre-register so we can get an accurate count – NOTE: This is a CONFIRMED Trail Days Project!
WHAT: Brushing, invasive removal and wall construction
WHEN:Saturday, November 12 from 8:30 AM – 1:00 PM – PLEASE Register Below
WHERE: Devil’s Gulch campground at Samuel P. Taylor State Park

Please REGISTER HERE for the Trails Day on Bill’s Trail

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