Join Wild South for a volunteer workday in the Sipsey Wilderness!
Saturday, October 15
Sign up at email@example.com or 256-974-6166
Meet at 8:30 a.m. at the Wild South office, 552 Lawrence Street, Moulton, AL
The target of our October trail work day will be the Thompson Creek Trail (#206) and portions of the Sipsey Fork Trail (#209).
Be prepared for a 10-mile round-trip hike while performing trail maintenance using non-mechanized hand tools. All tools and safety gear are provided by Wild South, but if you have a hardhat, a favorite pair of loppers, hand pruners or a folding saw, feel free to bring them.
Bring: a small backpack with lunch, snacks, drinking water.
Wear: protective clothing (long pants and sturdy closed-toe shoes are recommended) that is comfortable for hiking.
Dogs are not allowed on work projects.
Wild South’s Helping Hands Volunteer Program is made possible by a grant from The National Forest Foundation, by a grant from the Community Fund of the Walker Area Community Foundation, and by our individual donors.