TRAILS COMMITTEE IN ACTION 2016
The Bolton Trails Committee is working on projects and in properties all year. Enjoy these historical 2016 photos of our volunteer team. If you have a photo to share, or are interested in getting involved please e-mail us at BoltonTrailsCommittee@gmail.com.
November 21st - Rebecca responds to a residents request regarding tripping hazards (exposed roots) on trail at Bowers Springs.
November 7th – Gordon & Jeff start work on the Fyfeshire extension trail across the Schartner easement to West Berlin Road. Photo by Betsy.
October 31st – Gordon installs markers along the northern trail segments and junctions in the Gould-White conservation area. Photo by Jeff, Larry off camera.
October 18th – Betsy, Gordon, and Jeff finish the new trail from Quail Run to the main trail heading southbound to Powder House Hill. Larry, Drew, Steve & Millie, and Keith all worked to make this relocation possible - a true team effort! Photo by Larry.
September 24th - The Trails Committee holds it's first ever "Dinner Al Fresco" on the peninsula at Bowers Springs. This was a fundraiser auction dinner sold at the Trust gala and featured all local products. Dinner made possible by Larry, Gordon & Betsy, and Jeff & Martha.
August 26th – Two cross trail fall downs along the pond loop trail in Vaughn Hills were cleared. Enjoy the “Before” and “After” photos!
August 23rd – In Vaughn Hills, a 5′ make shift plywood crossing was replaced by an 8′ composite deck bridge. Enjoy the “Before” and “After” photos!
August 1st – Gordon Taylor works to clear a cross trail fall down in Gould-White.
July 19th - Jeff works to clear a cross trail fall down in Bowers Springs.
July 9th - Greg and Bob work to clear a cross trail tree in Rattlesnake.
July 7th - Larry, Betsy & Gordon install junction signs in Rattlesnake. Photo by Jeff.
June 25th - The very first junction sign is installed in Rattlesnake. Many thanks to the Conversation Trust for funding this way finding project.
June 22nd - Larry clearing the parking area and trail at Wilder Pond.
The TC receives a donation of composite decking from Lowe's in Hudson. This material will be used to support Eagle Scout and Girl Scout projects on conservation properties.
May 27th - Steve, Gordon, and Gordon install the new QR trail head signs.