Want to Learn More About the Adopt a Trail Program? Attend the classroom training!

Friends of the Blue Hills 2012 Adopt-A-Trail Classroom Training will be held on Saturday, October 27th at the Brookwood Conference Center, 11 Blue Hill River Road, Milton beginning at 9 am.

This training is only offered once a year and is required for those volunteers that may be interested in adopting a trail in the Blue Hills Reservation.

The morning class will include: overview of the Adopt-A-Trail program, review of the Adopter Handbook, question and answer segment and a short video about trail maintenance.

A light breakfast will be provided.  An optional trail hike in the Blue Hills will follow the training. For more information or to RSVP email: Trailwork@friendsofthebluehills.org.

Learn more about the trail maintenance program.

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