September 12, 2012
Michael Berg

Ozark Trailbuilding
October 19 to 28, 2012

Autumn is here! There is no better time to work on the Ozark Trail with Sierra Club members around the state in the beautiful Current River watershed.

That is why the Missouri Sierra Club is leading an entire week of trailbuilding from October 19 to 28. You can be part of the effort for as many or as few days as you desire. Sign up now!

We will be working on the Blair Creek section of the Ozark Trail. We will start at the North box and work our way south as far as we can make it. We will be again camping at Johnson Shut-ins. So you will need a tent and a sleeping back and whatever else you believe you need. It is a one hour drive to the work site. But we will ar pool to cut down on gas usage. All meals will be furnished except on Friday October 19. You will need to bring your own personal drinks such as beer, wine or sodas for the entire week.

For the trail work you will need work gloves, sturdy foot wear, raingear and a water bottle. All tools will be furnished. Wednesday, October 24 will be a free day to do whatever you want.

For more information call or email:
Bob Gestel at 636-296-8975 or rgestel@sbcglobal.net

 This is a great chance to do good a good deed for your state and also learn more about threats to the Current River.

What: Trail Maintenance
Where: Meet at the Johnson Shut-Ins
When: Friday, October 19 to Sunday, October 28
RSVP: You can RSVP here
For More Information: Conatct Bob Gestel at 636-296-8975 or email rgestel@sbcglobal.net