Annual Spring Trail Cleanup - April 22

April 22, 2018 - Richard Smith

Our annual spring cleanup project will be held this year on Earth Day, Monday, April 22. We’ve moved it to Monday due to avoid the Easter weekend, but hope you’ll take advantage of the weekday schedule and the chance to get out and celebrate Earth Day. 

It is an important event because of the Chippewa 50 trail run on the following Saturday, as well as the general need to take care of whatever downed branches and trees have appeared over the winter, and make possible repairs to structures. The possibility of high water could mean some additional unexpected maintenance.  

It is also an opportunity to get out, stretch your legs, and see the trail for the first time in the spring.

Meet at the Deer Fly Trailhead south of County Highway M at 9 a.m. We usually work until around noon and then have some snacks.

If you think you can join us, please register online by April 21. We ask you to register so that we can best plan how we are going to accomplish the task. You can add a comment for the leader. It also allows us to contact you if bad weather causes changes to our plans.

Additional and updated information is at, including the registration link (at the bottom under Website).