Natick Trails Day is set for Saturday, Oct. 17 from 9am-3pm and will focus on improvements and clean-ups in the Pickerel Pond area. The volunteer event is being organized to promote social distancing.
According the Friends of Natick Trails (FONT), projects include installation of bog bridges in the area of trail near Bradford Road, upgrading a loop trail northwest of the pond, and clearing obstructions along the network of trails in the area.
Work will be organized to promote social distancing, and participants should bring their own food and drinks. Tools, like loppers and shovels, will be provided, but volunteers are welcome to bring their own.
To minimize personal contact at check-in time, volunteers are asked to RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org and include in your message which hours you plan to be there. Organizers will reply by email with directions to the check-in booth and parking information.
FoNT is collaborating with the Natick Trails and Forest Stewardship Committee, the Natick Open Space Advisory Committee, and non-profit organization Keep Natick Beautiful.
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