Fly Rod Crosby Trail Work Days
Monday, June 14, 2021 - Saturday, June 26, 2021
Join the Trail Team!
The Fly Rod Crosby Trail will be a 45-mile community trail, built and maintained by local volunteers. Named for Maine’s first registered guide and local hero: Cornelia “Fly Rod” Crosby.
Time to get out those clippers, paint brushes and trail saws! There is lots to be done this summer, all ages and abilities are welcome and we could use some help. Come for a couple of hours or more. The work usually ends around mid-day.
Trail work days will be on the following dates.
- Saturday June 5 (rain date June 6) 8:30
- Monday June 14 (rain date June 15) 8:30
- Saturday June 19 (rain date June 20) 8:30
- Saturday June 26 8:30
Meet at the Madrid Kiosk on the Reeds Mill Road in Madrid. From Route 4, take a right (from the south) onto the Reeds Mill Road and go 4.5+ miles. Kiosk is on the left. Park along the road or in the field.
Please bring: water, bug spray, safety glasses, gloves, sun block lotion, clippers and tools if you have them (we can provide if you don’t), lunch, a mask, a smile…
If weekends or a Monday do not work and you would like to work on another day, or work on your own, we can arrange this. See you on the trail!