This fall, Friends of the North Fork teamed up with Seven Bends State Park for…
When: Saturday, June 29, 2019, from 9am to noon.
Where: Meet at the Lupton entrance of the Park (1191 Lupton Rd, Woodstock).
What: Volunteer trail work day and invasive flora species removal. Area of focus: Riverside trail: work to level out trail ground as well as some ditch work. Clearing invasive vegetation.
RSVPs appreciated, but not required.
Weather permitting. We’ll send out an email to cancel if needed.
Hats, long pants (and sleeves) or other outdoor protection recommended. Wear sturdy, closed-toe shoes. Bring gloves if you have them. We will provide gloves as well. Some tools provided. If you bring your own tools, they must be inspected and approved by a DCR employee prior to use at the Park.
If you have questions about the work we will be doing or tools/equipment you may bring, please contact Chief Ranger Tom Stevens: [email protected]
You must be signed up as a Virginia State Parks volunteer before volunteering at the Park:
You only need to sign up once and then you should log in to record your volunteer hours, if possible, each time you volunteer to be eligible for volunteer rewards through Virginia State Parks.
We’ll have paper forms on site, for those not yet registered as a State Parks volunteer, and a list of those who have already registered.
Don’t hesitate to reach out if you have other questions: [email protected] or 540-459-8550
Learn more about Friends of the North Fork’s role as the Community Support Organization of the Park here: https://fnfsr.org/seven-bends-state-park/