Mother Nature is not messing around this month! In the first two weeks of March, we've seen record high winds, extensive power outages, and today we've already acquired a foot of wet, heavy snow in Plymouth. While this current storm is providing great snowshoeing and cross country skiing conditions on Wildlands Trust trails, it may also bring fallen trees and branches and possible flooding along rivers and wetlands. If you're out enjoying our properties today or during any inclement weather, please be mindful of the potential danger that high winds bring in the forest.
With another storm in the forecast for next week, we continue to work hard to keep up with trail maintenance and plowing. Our stewardship crew has been working daily to clear trails of debris from last weekend's storm and will continue to do their best to clean up the trails and plow parking lots at our showcase preserves.
If you're out on our trails, please let us know about any damage you come across by emailing Stewardship Manager Erik Boyer at firstname.lastname@example.org. Photos are always helpful as well!
Interested in helping to regularly monitor a Wildlands Trust preserve? You can volunteer to Adopt A Preserve by walking the trails monthly! Learn more: wildlandstrust.org/volunteer