Falling Springs Run Park stewards, Tony Lascola and Jeremy Powers have reached out to PTAG to help build a trail system. Come out and volunteer with PTAG in a show of support to bring trails to the Oakmont community.
Work will include:
1) Finish work after cutting in of trails with a mini excavator
2) Trail maintenance and repair of wet areas
What to bring:
Digging tools (if you have any)
Long pants and long sleeve shirt
Eye protection is encouraged
Favorite outdoor chair
Food and refreshments will be served...
Park on 5th street. Meet at the FSP Trail Sign. Park signs will be posted on Hulton Road to help find location.
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For information pertaining to type of work or specific park work location, please contact the PTAG steward for Falling Springs Park as follows:
For Workday Only:
Tony Lascola 724-713-8380