Rain and Volunteer Thanks…

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With rain failing from the sky on this Friday evening, I’m hoping that the volunteer workday out at Turkey Creek Trail @ Emma Long Park doesn’t get rained out, but if it does, at least we’re getting some of the wet stuff. We need it. While I’ve been working out at Gus Fruh Trail @ Barton Creek Greenbelt the last two Saturdays, I can’t help but notice that a general lack of rain in the past few months isn’t a good thing. My fingers are crossed.

In the meantime, I want to recognize all of the volunteers and especially the Central Texas Trail Tamers, who have come out to help us with our Park of the Month workdays beginning in October. We’ve had successful workdays at Pease Park, Brush Square, Country Club Creek Trail, Red Bud Isle, Copperfield Nature Trail and Gus Fruh and Homedale Access Trails on Barton Creek Greenbelt. My thanks to Patrick, Jerry, Kevin, Derly, and Richard!

And of course, a special thanks to all those volunteers hauling rocks, cutting brush, pulling out invasive species and much more. One more Park of the Month Project is coming on March 1st at Norwood Estate and then its the run up to It’s My Park Day on April 12!.

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