Group seeks volunteers to work on the Wulfsohn Trail
The Roaring Fork Outdoor Volunteers are at it again. The volunteer organization will be out and about working to complete the Wulfsohn Trail behind the Glenwood Meadows Shopping Center.Now in it’s 12th year of public projects, RFOV is dedicated to promoting volunteer stewardship of public lands by completing trail work and other long-lasting conservation projects. The group has helped manage and maintain dozens of trails and natural areas from Aspen to Rifle since 1995.On Saturday, Oct. 6, RFOV along with the City of Glenwood Springs and others will finish the second phase of the Wulfsohn Trail that will add two-thirds of a mile of new single-track trail to provide a western access from Midland Avenue. Volunteers started the project in 2006, with the first segment of trail providing eastern access to a vast new parcel of open space at the base of Red Mountain above the Glenwood Springs Community Center.However, a project like this can always use more volunteers. For information on volunteering contact RFOV at 927-8241 or visit the Web site at http://www.rfov.org. RFOV and its project partners, City of Glenwood Springs Parks Department, Friends of Wulfsohn Mountain Park and others will provide the tools, materials, leadership and some great rewards including a dinner at the end of the day.
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