|How Can I Help?|
Did you ever wonder who makes the improvements and repairs to our trails? Things like new bridges, roots or branches that are no longer an obstacle to your ride, the ditching to get rid of puddles and ponds, etc.? It's often hikers, runners, and riders like YOU who give up just a few hours of their time to join other like-minded trail users in making a difference with their sweat and a sense of helping a worthwhile cause!
Many thanks to the Cumberland County Sheriff's Office Community Service Program for your continued help and support!
The Community School
Thank you to a great group of 9 students and 2 supervisors, who continued filling muddy spots, roots, eroded rocky areas, and even holes, with gravel, on the Lanzo Trail! You graveled at least 0.3 miles of trail, and pushed many wheelbarrows!
(Pictures on the way)
North Yarmouth Academy's "Project: Reach Out"
6 students and 2 supervisors from North Yarmouth Academy graveled muddy spots, and protruding roots, through 0.3 miles of VERY challenging terrain, just in time for Trail Monster Running's "Big Brad Ultra" Race. Thank you!
Bodoin Common Good Day
Thanks to all 11 volunteers for picking up trash and beautifying the day use area!
Bog Bridges on Ragan
Park staff, and 10 volunteers (mostly from the New England Mountain Biking Association), came out to make the two bog bridges a success. Great work, guys!
The New High Bridge on Ragan
Thanks to the many volunteers who helped with transporting materials for the new high bridge. You helped build a bridge that's sturdier, safer, and LONGER than the original!