Happy Trails to you and your family!
6/17/15 - Workday in the Sam Houston National Forest
This Saturday, June 20th @ 8:30 AM
After the severe weather this Spring and early Summer, the Forest Service has closed all of the multi-use trails because of the large amount of downed trees, not to mention the wet conditions. Our job as a user group is to have our trails clear and ready to use when the rain does eventually stop.
This Saturday, a group of Multi-Use Trail volunteers will converge on the Eastside trails to clear the remaining downed trees and overgrown trails.
What you need to know: The trails in the Sam Houston National Forest are CLOSED. There will be no open riding during or after the workday. Only certified sawyers (currently Lynn Bailey and Robert Applegate) will be allowed to run chainsaws. If you have a good chainsaw, please bring it for back-up. We mainly need people to come help clear the cut up trees and trim face slappers. If you have a quad, please bring it along with appropriate safety eyewear and gloves. Bring plenty of water and bug spray. If we get started early, we can beat the heat.
NOTICE: The website is undergoing some changes and updates. Please be patient as we improve our IT solutions to bring you the information in an efficient and professional manner. Please also note that online signup for any membership or event is currently disabled. We hope to facilitate this in the future to streamline registration and payment and make things as simple and easy as possible. In the meantime, membership registration will be handled through email and event registration will remain at the site of the event. For membership, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you!
Our Success Depends on YOU!
Check us out and learn how you can become more involved today! Each of us has a talent that would be greatly appreciated and extremely valuable to the ongoing success of TRH-Volunteer!!!