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Trail Days Hits Santa Clarita

The Mountains Recreation and Conservation Authority is partnering with Recreational Equipment, Incorporated, Northridge and local volunteers as a participant in National Trails Day on Saturday, June 4 from 8:30 AM – 12:30 PM in Santa Clarita Woodlands Park. 

The goal for the day is to repair trails damaged by last winter rains.


 


Volunteers are needed to help repair trail damage, clear overgrowth and install culverts.  They are asking for a 4-hour commitment from 8:30 AM – 12:30 PM on Saturday, June 4th


 


They have some tools, but you are welcome to bring your own shovels.  Please wear close-toed shoes and long pants; hat and gloves are recommended.  They will supply water, sunscreen and snack.


 


They will meet in the front parking lot of Ed Davis Park in TowsleyCanyon, 24255 The Old Road, Newhall, CA.   Registration begins at 8:00 AM.


 


Directions from the south:  take Hwy 5 north, exit at Calgrove, turn left, turn left on The Old Road.  Entrance to park is 100 yards south.  Directions from the north:  take Hwy 5 south, exit at Calgrove, turn right, turn left on The Old Road.  Entrance to park is 100 yards south.


 


Young people are welcome, if accompanied by a parent or guardian.


 


They are asking people to RSVP to:


 


Chris Cate from REI (818) 831-5555 or ccate@rei.com


Or Rebecca Farr with the MRCA 310-858-7272 x 132 or Rebecca.Farr@mrca.ca.gov


 


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National Trails Day


 


National Trails Day® is organized by the American Hiking Society.  All events, however, are planned and carried out at the local level by conservation and recreation organizations, trail clubs, and land managing agencies.  Originally established in 1993, NTD has grown to approximately 3,000 events across the country.


 


The objectives of National Trails Day not only include promoting public awareness of and appreciation for America's trails, but also encouraging cooperative efforts among different trail users, including hikers, bicyclists, equestrians, walkers, runners and anyone else who enjoys being on the trail.