Wednesday, November 29, 2006

Building Trails on Rattlesnake

Bill Haire of the Nevada County Land Trust writes:

"Do you want to get out and do some trail work Saturday morning (12/2)?

I will be helping the Rattlesnake Road residents with some trail construction this Saturday, and they can use some help. The trails they are constructing are in some of the open space in a subdivision off Rattlesnake Road, public trail easements were made a part of the subdivision process, so now some work is required to make the trails a reality.

If you are interested in helping, just show up at 9:00 a.m., Saturday morning at 14676 Highland Drive (Highland loops around with both ends connecting to Rattlesnake Rd.)

I will bring the Land Trust tools, so just show up to work 2-3 hours."

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