April 24 @ 9:30 am - 12:00 pm
Let’s clean up those trails and keep the trash from going downstream on Earth week! Join the Indian Head Trail Coalition (NSRWA is part of this great group) for a clean-up along the banks of the Indian Head River. Please meet us at Luddams Ford Park in Hanover at 9:30 a.m. for a brief introduction to the natural history of the area and the fish run (we might see herring!) and then we will disperse groups to areas in need of cleaning on the trails surrounding the Indian Head River.
We will have gloves, trash bags, hand sanitizer and grabbers. You will have masks, appropriate footwear (waterproof boots or closed-toe shoes in case you need to get in the water), long pants, tick repellant and your awesome helpful self! We all will be wearing masks and stay socially distanced. This event is weather-dependent. We will send an email reminder the day before the event. Any questions? Contact Brian@nsrwa.org. Group size is limited and registration is required.
This event is being organized by the Indian Head River Trail Coalition (IHRTC). The IHRTC is composed of the Towns of Hanover, Hanson, Pembroke, Plymouth County, the North and South Rivers Watershed Association and Wildlands Trust. The IHRTC seeks to promote passive recreation on the Indian Head River trail loop and the enhancement and protection of the natural resources around the river.