On the second Sunday of every month, NatureTrack, whose mission is to connect kids to nature is collaborating with Explore Ecology for its monthly Beach Clean Up at Arroyo Hondo (Hendry’s Beach). Expanding NatureTrack’s mission from connecting kids to nature to include people in wheelchairs and all at no cost, is such a gift to our county.
From 10 AM to Noon, NatureTrack will have six Freedom Trax devices available for wheelchair users to use on a first-come, first-served basis. This is an apparatus that quickly and easily converts a manual wheelchair into a battery-powered, all-terrain vehicle allowing those users to traverse beach sand and trails independently.
There is no cost to use the Freedom Trax, courtesy of NatureTrack, which will also have two manual wheelchairs available for transfer should your wheelchair not fit on the device.
Explore Ecology will be hosting their monthly beach cleanup at the same time! Now, you and your friends or family members who use wheelchairs can help keep our beaches beautiful! Contact us to reserve one of the devices if you’d like to be part of the beach clean-up.
Does your non-profit serve people in wheelchairs? This is a great opportunity to get your people outside to a beach. Please give us a call if you will be coming to try these out. We love RSVP’s!
NatureTrack can also create an outing just for your non-profit’s people who use wheelchairs.
January 9, 2022 from 10 – noon at Arroyo Burro (Hendry’s Beach) at 2981 Cliff Drive, Santa Barbara, CA 93109. Call (805) 884-0459 or e-mail Lydia@exploreecology.org
If you’d like to find out more about NatureTrack Foundation, how you can participate and the important work it does connecting people to nature call (805) 886-2047 or e-mail email@example.com