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Repeats every month until Fri Jan 04 2013 .

The Volunteer Trail Stewards began Summer 2010 as a pilot project for both the Hammond and Cooper Gulch Park in Eureka.  They have evolved into two groups, one on the Hammond and the other at the Friends of the Dunes’ Stamps Nature Center trails, with plans to expand to new areas. Both groups tend the trails and can make online reports that are used for planning next work efforts. The Hammond contingent is a group that includes regulars and newcomers to the First Saturday work days (which include a brief orientation/training), and an even larger group of others who steward the trail on their walks as neighbors and visitors seeking to “heal and cheer and give strength to the body and soul.”

If you’d like to do the same, please join us on the first Saturday of each month from 9am to 11am, usually at McKinleyville’s Hiller Park for a work day. For more information email Stacy at to have your name placed on an email list to receive invitations to the Hammond, and occasionally larger Humboldt Trails Council events.

Where: Humboldt Coastal Nature Center, Manila (map), the Hammond Trail and other local trails, on occasion

For more information, visit the Trail Stewards page on the Humboldt Trails Council's website.