Volunteer on the Copley Ridge Forest Trail!
Are you interested in helping to build and maintain the hiking trails in the Copley Ridge Forest in upper Lantzville? The District of Lantzville has registered two trail on the crown land that currently functions as a woodlot. Registering these trials won’t protect the forest and in fact logging can occur on both sides of the trail without the need for a buffer zone. Many of the smaller existing trails were not successfully registered.
The Parks & Recreation Commission is looking for volunteers to help trim brush, construct bridges and improve the hiking trails on an ongoing basis. This work is considered heavy construction work. You may volunteer for as much or as little time as you wish – any participation in these supervised work parties is appreciated! We provide the orientation, tools and gloves. Our agreement with the Province and the insurance company requires that we register volunteers in advance of the work parties, so if you are interested in volunteering, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will contact you with more information as it becomes available.