Mission: “We are inspired by the opportunity to create and preserve a natural space for all citizens of the Union area.”
We are excited to tell you that we are getting started on our Nature Trail! We now have a building schedule, and we need your help to make this project happen.
Trail building dates, all at 9 am, rain or shine:
Sat, June 17 – Start building section 1, connecting the paved walkway at northwest corner of library to the future location of bench at northwest corner of the property (volunteers needed)
Sat, June 24 – Finish building section 1 (volunteers needed)
Sat, July 8 – Design section 2, the complete loop; walk the proposed trail and mark the route with stakes and tape
Sat July 22 – Start building section 2 (volunteers needed)
Sat July 29 – Finish building section 2 (volunteers needed)
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 (firstname.lastname@example.org) and everyone will see your message. You can subscribe to our Nature Trail Google Group email list by emailing email@example.com. 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.