Spring Trail Day!

OLT welcomes any and all volunteers to assist on a project of their choice this fall trail day.
Wear sturdy footwear and gloves.  Please choose from one of the sites below and join others in the work which equals fun:

  • VEAZIE TRAIL DAY
    Saturday, April 29th at 8 a.m.
    Meet at Davis Trail Head, off Chase Road, is a new public space and has some spring cleaning tasks. Painting blazes; spreading wood chips; cleaning up brush; trimming, clearing and sprucing up; posting maps; identifying invasives for removal. Please bring work gloves, tools, water, and wear good footwear.
  • ORONO TRAIL DAY
    Saturday, May 6, 2017 beginning at 8:30 a.m.

    1. Piney Knoll Conservation Area (PKCA) – Meet at the end of Penobscot Street. Leader: Mike Opitz – Work on trail 11 by digging drainage ditches and spreading gravel in two (2) areas. Bring wheelbarrows, shovels, rakes, pitchforks if you have them and wear
    gloves and good footwear. Some extra tools will be available.
    2. Eagle Scout Trail – Meet at the back of football field. Leaders: Glenn and Nancy Rampe. Gravel will be spread over wet areas. Bring wheelbarrows, shovels, rakes, and wear gloves and good footwear. If this area is too wet to have gravel delivered, a different trail project will be done.
    3. Davis Conservation Easement – Meet at the end of Gardner Road. Leader: Gail White. Gravel will be spread on the tire indentations on the road. Bring shovels and rakes and wear gloves and good footwear.
    4. Dorion portion of Caribou Bog Conservation Area (CBCA) – Meet at intersection 23 (see on the map posted on OLT’s website). Leader: Kris Sornberger. Work to clear the boundary line. Bring chainsaws, hand saws, loppers and wear gloves and waterproof footwear. The boundary goes through some wet areas.

Trail day is always a great time to talk with friends and neighbors while providing a wonderful service for all outdoor minded people. We hope you can join a group in a place of your interest.

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