The Pittsburgh Trails Advocacy Group (PTAG) is soliciting applications for members of our Board of Directors.
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Fantastic attendance at the October 6, 2013 Hartwood Acres Park Gala Workday. Many of the defined work areas received much needed TLC.
Thanks to all the support from Len and Karl, PTAG board members, PTAG stewards of other parks and all that volunteered their time and energy to make this park better for everyone!
On September 27, 2013, volunteers from MEDRAD installed a network of switchbacks near the Orange/Purple-dot blazed trail on Parish Hill in North Park. These new switchbacks were installed to provide safe passage between Walter Road and the Orange blazed trail. The current Orange/Purple-dot blazed trail was built on a fall line and continues to erode from water runoff.
PTAG works with city, county, state and private landowners to ensure access to trails for all user groups. We rely on public support to fund day to day operations. If you like what Pittsburgh Trails Advocacy Group does, please support us by becoming a member. PTAG is a non-profit charity and membership fees are tax deductible.
PTAG is pleased to offer T-shirts and SockGuy socks as premiums for supporting PTAG through membership.