The coopers Rock Foundation will hold it annual April Volunteer Work Weekend on Saturday and Sunday. There will be 12 hours of work available to all interested volunteers, from 9am - 5pm Saturday and 1-5pm Sunday.
Volunteers can work as much or as little as they'd like. Tasks will include:
Planting hardwood tree saplings in a fenced-in enclosure in the Overlook Picnic Area, with trees provided by the West Virginia Division of Forestry's Mountaineer Treeways Program.
Planting conifer saplings in McCollum Campground.
Clearing out downed and cut limbs, logs and tree trunks.
Tools and some work gloves will be provided. Questions: Adam Polinski, CRF trailwork coordinator, at email@example.com.