Join the Alliance and the Brushy Mountain Cyclists Club for a trail workday on National Public Lands Day Saturday, September 27 at Warrior Creek at 9:00 a.m.
The plan for this volunteer day is to finish a small connector trail which will provide an easy mini loop and great trail access from the back campgrounds.
National Public Lands Day is the nation’s largest, single-day volunteer effort for public lands. In 2013, about 175,000 volunteers worked at 2,237 sites in every state, the District of Columbia, Guam and Puerto Rico. Seven federal agencies as well as nonprofit organizations and state, regional and local governments participate in the annual day of caring for public lands. National Public Lands Day keeps the promise of the Civilian Conservation Corps, the “tree army” that worked from 1933-1942 to preserve and protect America’s natural heritage.
Directions to the event: From US 421, continue past the Warrior Creek main entrance on Hwy. 268; take a right turn on Boomer Ferguson School Road, a left at the gate before the school, and a quick right to the “back” trailhead at Warrior Creek. Exact Coordinates: 36°06’21.0″N 81°17’34.5″W.
More Info: BMCC Release