Nature Trail

Mission: “We are inspired by the opportunity to create and preserve a natural space for all citizens of the Union area.”

The first phase of the Nature Trail is complete!  A grand opening was held in June.

Photos by Brenda Page; click to enlarge.

Trail building dates, all at 9 am, rain or shine:

Volunteers should bring: gloves, shovels, hoes, and rakes.

Don’t forget to wear light-colored, tick-safe clothing, and bring water, sunscreen, snacks, etc.

To stay up to date and connect with the other trail volunteers, you can use our Nature Trail Google Group email ( and everyone will see your message. You can subscribe to our Nature Trail Google Group email list by emailing You can also unsubscribe whenever you like.

Bring your tools, your friends, and your enthusiasm!

Vose Library and the Georges River Land Trust are exploring the possibility of establishing a nature trail along the creek on the library property. We envision this project as a way to use the library’s assets to serve our community. We hope the trail will become a focus for educational programs for all ages and for the enjoyment of nature. To make this trail possible, we will need help of all sorts; willing hands, team organization, planning, ideas and opinions…for anyone who is interested in helping, there is a way to be involved. Call or stop in at the library to find out more!

Photos by David Graves; click to enlarge.

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