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Deer Ridge – Trail Brushing
July 15, 2020 @ 9:00 am - 3:30 pm
Friends of Kananaskis Country & Canmore Trail Alliance
TRAIL CARE VOLUNTEERS NEEDED!
DEER RIDGE LOOP – TRAIL BRUSHING
Brushing Deer Ridge Loop Trail. This 6.6 moderate loop climbs through an old-growth forest; variety of terrain; with views from the ridge.
Date: July 15 and 22
Meeting time: 9:00am (work day: 9:00am-3:00pm)
Meeting location: Sibbald Lake Day-Use on Highway 68
What to expect: The level of effort will range from light to moderate difficult and mainly include limbing of branches, creating short sections of new trail, and shoveling/raking out rutting.
What to bring: Come prepared to work all day in an outdoor environment. Dress in layers, bring a backpack and rain gear, hat, sunglasses & sunscreen, supportive footwear (i.e. sturdy hiking boots), work gloves, along with your lunch, snacks, water for the day, bear spray, and any other personal items you may want/need (i.e. medications). All tools will be supplied.
Volunteer Agreement Form: You will need to fill out this volunteer agreement waiver prior to working on a trail care event. The form will be valid until March 31, 2021. To accelerate the paperwork process, please visit the link above to fill out this form ASAP prior to the trail day.
Note: Should weather not cooperate and we need to cancel, we will notify you by email around 12pm the day before the event.
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Sign up closes at 12pm on the day prior to the event.
VOLUNTEER AND/OR DONATE
Friends of Kananaskis Country offer a few ways to express your gratitude for Kananaskis Country – VOLUNTEER and/or DONATE!
We are always grateful for your volunteering and/or financial contributions that help us maintain our programs and operations, and contribute to the stewardship of Kananaskis Country.