Adopt-a-Highway Cleanup

Wednesday, August 30, 2017  •  5:30 pm
  • Hike rating: Distance - 1 miles; Terrain - Easy; Pace - Relaxed; Overall rating - Easy
  • Event/Trailhead location: Cornell University B-Lot parking lot, at the intersection of Route 366 and Caldwell Road. Enter the lot from Caldwell Road and then go to the south-east corner of the lot closest to the Route 366 and Caldwell Road intersection (click for map). (Parking is free weekends and evenings. Cornell parking permit is not required at these times.)
  • Contact: Gary Mallow   607-339-5131

Join us for about an hour this Wednesday to help clean up our adopted section of Route 366 in the hamlet of Varna. This is a public service project of Cayuga Trails Club. It's one way for us to show our appreciation to the community that provides so much support to hikers and access to the hiking trails we travel in Tompkins County.

Bring work gloves. We'll provide trash bags, safety vests, and spear poles. You need have no prior experience; you'll be matched up with a partner and will be assigned a section to clean up. 

This is a simple way to donate some volunteer effort to the club, particularly if you are not involved in trail maintenance or other committee activities. It usually takes a bit over one hour to clean up a section, and is not arduous. Your time and effort will be appreciated!


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