As part of the West Virginia Department of Natural Resources' (DNR) Adopt-a-Trail Program, the West Virginia Sierra Club has adopted the Intermediate Ski Loop Trail at Coopers Rock State Forest, and has scheduled a train maintenance day from 9-11 am Saturday, Aug 14.
Adam Polenski, dedicated Coopers Rock volunteer and experienced trail maintainer, will guide volunteers working on drainage issues. This moderate intensity work will involve the use of shovels and clearing out clogging vegetation.
Volunteers should wear sturdy boots, and carry work gloves, water and snacks. Adults and adolescents are invited. Those under age 18 must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.
Volunteers will be required to sign a standard Sierra Club liability waiver and a DNR volunteer work program agreement.
Info or register: Ann Devine-King, 304-594-2636, or email@example.com.