We had a PHENOMENAL work day last Saturday! We ended up with 24 volunteers (including two Forest Service representatives) so we got a lot accomplished!
- We worked on the Clarke private property (through which we have a legal easement in place for public access) down at the mouth of Laborcita Canyon outside La Luz.
- We filled most (not all) of the holes caused by the old water line failures.
- Cleaned rocks and weeds from most of the rail bed (though there’s more to do).
- We worked on most of the old wood culverts — cleaning out the input sides — we have more to do with those.
- MAJOR IMPROVEMENT: We routed the rail bed around one of the more dangerous spots near the end of the property.
MORE TO DO IN THE FUTURE
- More tree and culvert prep (amongst other various tasks)
- The entire south side of the rail bed needs to be ditched for erosion control
- Other moderately dangerous area (more holes) will need some serious work
Thanks everyone for coming out!
As always, we’ve got many more photos! Check them out on our official Flickr page!