Curtis McLellan of Plymouth completed his Eagle Scout service project recently for Wildlands Trust. He installed a wooden bench, the new sign, and the trail markers on our Emery Preserve in Plymouth. Wildlands appreciates the research, planning, management, and general hard work that have gone into this project. The bench is well-built, sturdy, and comfortable. The trail markers he installed has helped enhance the visitor experience, and the sign that he designed is tasteful and highly visible so that visitors can find this wonderful trail – which is now even more improved by the raking and brush removal that he and his volunteers performed. These are all significant improvements to the Emery Preserve, and we expect them to last for many years to come.
Curtis has shown great leadership, care, and project management skills throughout his Eagle Scout service project, and his professionalism and good nature made it a pleasure working with him.
We thank Curtis for choosing to work with Wildlands Trust on his project. We are a small, friendly non-profit organization accomplishing great things. Our members and volunteers support our efforts and are very important to us – thank you!
If you have a chance, check out the new bench at the Beech tree in our Emery Preserve!