Blue-Blazed Hiking Trails

Demonstration Trail Work Party

Where: 
CFPA Headquarters: 16 Meriden Rd Rockfall, CT 06487
When: 
Friday, April 1, 2011 - 1:00pm - 3:00pm
Event Info: 

PARTICIPANTS SHOULD WEAR STURDY SHOES AND WORK GLOVES, BRING WATER AND LUNCH OR A SNACK. LEADERS WILL PROVIDE TOOLS, BUT PLEASE BRING YOUR OWN IF YOU HAVE THEM. ALL PROJECTS TAKE PLACE RAIN OR SHINE UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED; IF UNSURE OF WEATHER, CALL LEADER BEFOREHAND.
Meet at the CFPA Headquarters on Route 66 in Middlefield. The Demonstration Forest Trail is a universal access (handicapped accessible) trail. Yes, it’s April Fools Day, but we will be raking the trail clear of leaves and branches and generally assessing how it held up over the winter. Moderate to heavy rain and/or winds 20+ mph cancel. No rain date. Bring gloves and a lawn rake if you have one. Please dress for 2-3 hours in the outdoors. Leader: Rob Butterworth, 860-526-3210

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Dear Trail User:

 

Rescheduled: Winter Trails Workshop

Where: 
CFPA, 16 Meriden Road (Rt 66) Middlefield
When: 
Saturday, February 19, 2011 - 8:30am - 2:00pm
Who: 
Trail Volunteers
Event Info: 

Dreaming of trails in the middle of winter? Come and join a like-minded group for our Winter Trails Workshop. This workshop is designed for those new to trail work. Subjects will include GPS/GIS, trail tool safety, trail blazing and more. Weather permitting we’ll see theory put into practice on the CFPA’s Demonstration Forest Trail at lunch time. Participants should bring their lunch and appropriate clothing for the lunchtime activity. Coffee, donuts, and lunchtime beverages provided.

This workshop is FREE and open to all, but CFPA volunteers will have preference. Seating is limited so pre-registration is required. To register, contact CFPA at 860-346-2372 or info@ctwoodlands.org. For further information, contact workshop leader Rob Butterworth at 860-526-3210. Bad weather cancels workshop, no snow date.

Directions: 

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New England TrailIt just got easier to find the New England Trail (NET). Thanks to CFPA, the NET now has an interactive map, which outlines the trail's basic route.

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