Time: Sat, Apr 27, 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Do you love getting outside? Are you interested in trail work? Becoming a Trail Steward is a great way to help make sure that Midcoast Conservancy trails stay in tip-top shape! It’s also a rewarding way to give back that can be completed entirely on your own time – we ask for reports from our trail stewards just four times per year.
If you think you might want to become a Trail Steward, you can find out more about what’s involved by attending our Trail Steward Info Session. If you are already a Trail Steward and would like to have a refresher or share your experience, you’re welcome to join us!
We will meet at the Whitefield Salmon Preserve trail head for a beautiful loop hike. Along the way, Land Steward Irene Syphers Flynn will discuss how to do basic trail maintenance, how to look for issues on the trail, and what to report back to Midcoast Conservancy. You’ll even be able to sign up for a trail section if you decide you’re interested!
Please wear sturdy shoes for hiking and bring water. We’ll provide snacks! RSVP requested – email email@example.com or call 389-5158.
Directions to the meeting point: DUE TO THE BRIDGE CLOSURE ON THE HOWE ROAD – PLEASE NOTE NEW DIRECTIONS: From Wiscasset, take Route 218 North through Alna and head towards Whitefield. Once in Whitefield, turn left on Route 126. Follow 126 for about a mile and turn right on Vigue Road (at hair salon). Take Vigue Road to the intersection of Vigue Road and Route 17 in Windsor, then proceed easterly along Route 17 to the intersection of Howe Road and Route 17 in Whitefield. Turn right at Howe Road. Look for gravel parking and kiosk on the left before the bridge.