You’re Invited to Help Rehabilitate Trails in the Arcata Community Forest on September 22nd

From the City of Arcata:

ity of ArcataArcata, CA – The City of Arcata’s Environmental Services Department and the Humboldt Trails Council’s Volunteer Trail Stewards are seeking volunteers to help assist in maintaining trails in the Arcata Community Forest on Saturday, September 22 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Volunteers are instructed to meet at 9 a.m. at the Community Forest parking lot on Fickle Hill Road, located near the entrance of Trail Number 9. From there, volunteers will walk or carpool to the south end of Trail Number 4.

Work will include watering ferns, cleaning trail bridges and stairs and armoring (rocking) trails. Volunteers are encouraged to wear a long-sleeved shirt, work pants and boots and to bring water. Gloves, tools, lunch and beverages will be provided.

For more information, please call 707-822-8184 or email eservices@cityofarcata.org.

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4 comments

  • Now, this looks like something cool to do. I actually don’t live in your part of the state, but come up there on occasion. But this is the sort of stuff I’d be doing if I did live there. I’m seriously considering a move up there after I become sort of semi-retired, which won’t be too far from now. Somehow I get that it’s not all about deranged hillbillies with shaved heads and tattooed faces, in possession of small arsenals and quantities of dope, getting all busted out in seedy hotels. I mean, it is if you look for it. But, if you focus on the positive you’ll get positive results. Somebody please tell me if I’m full of it and don’t know what I’m talking about. For all I know, that undesirable element is so prevalent up there that it’s constantly in your face, and you can’t avoid it.

  • Watering the ferns?? Hear
    In the Radwoods?? Crazy man
    All the same you’ll love it hear

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