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Month: June 2019

Haynes-Wheeler Trail – continued work

Steve, Larry and Gordon finished clearing the trail on Monday 17 June. There were a number of small trees and shrubs to be cleared. Also a few dead mid-size pine trees were removed from the route. The placement of arrows Read more…


Haynes-Wheeler Trail

Steve, Larry and Gordon  started work on a clearing the undergrowth, fallen trees, etc. on new trail that will parallel Wattaquadock Hill Road across the Town-owned Haynes Wheeler Land. This new trail will connect Sawyer Road with the Fyfeshire Conservation Read more…


Kettle Hole Trail Blockage

Larry alerted the Steering Committee to a large fallen tree on the Kettle Hole Trail. This tree was forcing trail users to walk around the blockage off the marked routes and potentially on to private land. So on Saturday June Read more…


Bob Horton Wildflower Walk

A well-attended group met on Sunday, May 19th, at the Lime Kiln parking lot to take part in a guided walk through the lower half of the Bob Horton Trail to better understand the botany of that area of Bolton. Read more…