As part of the annual International Coastal Cleanup Day and Reservoir Cleanup Day, we are going to remove some very old litter that lines an old woods road that will become part of a new CMC Trail. Part garbage pickup, part scavenger hunt, we’ll be removing an old washing machine that dates from perhaps the 1930s, rusted cans and broken bottles and who knows what else, that have been resting on this property for a very long time. If time allows, we’ll do some trail building work on the trail.
Event Duration: 2 miles, 5 hours
Level of Difficulty: Moderate
Leader(s): Ann Roberti
Bring: work gloves, sturdy boots, rake, lunch, sunscreen, bug spray, something to drink. If you have a wheelbarrow or cart you can bring, that would be helpful.
Registration required by 9/28/2018. Use registration form below to register.
Group size is limited so register early.
Dogs allowed: No
Additional Information: if any
Questions about this event can be directed to: email and or phone of event leader
From the West – Turn right on Rt 28-A from Route 28 in Boiceville. Continue approximately 8 miles to a small parking area with a large log with a carved shamrock. Park on the shoulder on the opposite side of the road if the small parking area is full.
From the East – From Route 28, make a left on Reservoir Road and continue across the reservoir bridge. Reservoir Rd turns left and becomes BWS Rd — Make a right on Rt 28-A and continue for approximately 2.3 miles to a small parking area with a large log with a carved shamrock. Park on the shoulder on the opposite side of the road if the small parking area is full.