LET’S CELEBRATE THE 10TH FRANKLIN TRAIL ANNIVERSARY
& 30 years of National Public Lands Day events!
Established in 1994 and held annually on the fourth Saturday in September, the National Public Lands Day celebration brings out thousands of volunteers to help restore and improve public lands around the country. This annual event fosters a strong connection between people and the environment, educating and cultivating environmental stewards.
WHO: All Friends of Franklin Trail
WHAT: Trailhead Brush Removal and Clean-up
WHEN: Saturday, September 23rd, 9am to Noon
WHERE: Carpinteria High School Parking Lot
FREE LUNCH: Please RSVP to help with our lunch planning
Arrive by 8:45 a.m. for the tool and safety talk before we begin our project. Bring water and snacks.
We will use loppers, rakes, McLeods, hedge trimmers, and other tools to clear the overgrown park area near the kiosk. We will provide tools. Feel free to bring tools similar to those listed above.
Please wear sturdy shoes, long pants, eye protection, gloves, and dress for the weather.
We will meet at the Carpinteria High School. Look for us at the west end of the parking lot. It is okay to park at the school on weekends.
All participants must sign a Trails Council waiver to participate in this project. All abilities are welcome. We will provide all tools, supplies, and training.
If you have specific questions, please txt Mark Wilkinson at 805-708-6173