Volunteer Workday in Sipsey Wilderness, Oct. 15

Trail crew on Borden Creek

Wild South volunteers on Borden Creek, Sipsey Wilderness, July 2016

Join Wild South for a volunteer workday in the Sipsey Wilderness!

Saturday, October 15

Sign up at janice@wildsouth.org 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.

Larry Stevens  Betty and cleared trail  Dung beetle

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.

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