Volunteer Work Day in Sipsey Wilderness, March 16
8:30 a.m. at the Wild South office
Sign up at firstname.lastname@example.org or 256-974-6166
This may be our last chance until next fall to pull Chinese privet before leaves emerge, so we will continue our work on the Thompson Creek trail (#206). We will hike in 2.5 miles, carrying all our hand tools, weed wrenches, saws, buckets and equipment to begin work. This is very physically demanding, rugged, off-trail work.
All tools are provided.
Bring a backpack with lunch, snacks, lots of drinking water; work gloves; a hard hat if you have one.
Wear clothes that are layered for comfort, bring rain gear if rain is in the forecast. Long sleeves and sturdy boots that protect feet from sharp and hacking tools are strongly recommended.
After signing up, meet the crew at the Wild South office at 11312 AL Highway 33, Moulton, AL, intersection of Highways 33 and 36. Or let us know if you prefer to meet us at the trailhead.
Wild South’s Helping Hands volunteer program is funded by the generosity of our individual donors, by a grant from The National Forest Foundation, and by a grant from the General Fund of the Walker Area Community Foundation.