National Trails Day 2019 Kick-Off at Radnor Lake State Natural Area-Harris Ridge Trail Project
24 volunteers came to Radnor Lake on Friday afternoon, May 31st (2pm-6pm) to help us kick off National Trails Day 2019 as we continued our work on the Harris Ridge Trail Project. Volunteers worked with Tennessee State Parks Trails Coordinator Michael Meister and the park staff to clear/cut our path for our new trail known as the Harris Ridge Trail Project.
This was our 2nd volunteer opportunities scheduled for our volunteers in May 2019 in the last 8 days for a total of 56 volunteers assisting us construct our new trail. Park management would like to thank all of our volunteers who came to help us on Friday afternoon!
Special thanks to our friends at The Church of the Advent for working with us to allow parking/meet up for this special volunteer day and to Friends of Radnor Lake will be providing bottled water, gloves and insect repellent for our work day!
This is one of several upcoming volunteer days for the Harris Ridge Trail Project and our long-term goal of creating a new 3-mile trail to connect from Franklin Road to Otter Creek Road.
Any group volunteers wanting to help us with this exciting trail project and/or for any additional questions, please contact Lyndy Maness at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 615-373-3467.