U.S. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIORBUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT
News.bytes Extra, issue 386
National Trails Day event attracts more than 70 volunteers
More than 70 volunteers participated in a National Trails Day community service project at Magnolia Ranch near Coloma. The event was sponsored by the American River Conservancy, REI and Bureau of Land Management.
Volunteers repaired multi use trails, removed invasive plants, installed hitching posts and planted oak trees. Younger volunteers constructed and painted blue bird boxes which were installed on fence posts. T-shirts were given out and an appreciation lunch was held at the end of a great morning’s work!
Magnolia Ranch, located on the South Fork of the American River, is managed by BLM’s Mother Lode Field Office. The Magnolia Ranch parcel is adjacent to Cronan Ranch and Greenwood Creek and is part of the South Fork American River Trail which is under construction.
BLM-California's Mother Lode Field Office thanks all the great partners and volunteers who help BLM accomplish its mission!
- Barb Williams, BLM-California Mother Lode Field Office volunteer coordinator
|Last updated: 06-11-2009|