Trail Stewardship Day
Saturday, June 3
National Trails Day is June 3! Join us in collaboration with the Mountain Meadows Conservancy and Lassen Land and Trails Trust to assist with trail work and clean up at the Indian Ole Dam at Mountain Meadows Reservoir, conserved by FRLT in 2018.
Photo by Betty Bishop
Photo by Vanessa Vasquez
June 3, 2023
Indian Ole Dam in Westwood
About the Project: The Indian Ole Dam Public Access Improvement Project is a partnership between PG&E and the Mountain Meadows Conservancy. Join us to help move forward this project to improve public amenities at this beloved access point to the Mountain Meadows Reservoir. Funds for this project were awarded to the MMC by the Stewardship Council. The project includes the installation of a new vault toilet, benches, picnic tables, interpretive signs, and a ½ mile walking trail along the shoreline of the reservoir. The Trail Stewardship Day event will focus on trail work and clean up.
What to bring: Be ready to get dirty! Wear boots or sturdy closed-toe shoes and work gloves. It will likely be hot, so bring a hat, sun protection, and plenty of water. Please bring a sack lunch and be prepared to pack out your waste. You are welcome to bring your own hand tools (rakes, loppers, hand saws, shovels, wheelbarrows) if you’d like—there will be tools available on site.
Parking & Directions: Participants should park and meet at the Indian Ole Dam parking area located off of 3rd Street/ Co. Road A-21 in Westwood.
Questions? Reach out to Nils Lunder, Stewardship Director, at email@example.com
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