Cottonwood Creet ATV Trail Project
Joe Meehan, F&G, set dates of August 2nd, and August 17th to put down matts from the bridge to the existing ATV trail. Looks like only 100-200 yds from what I remember. I would think if we get enough manpower there on the 2nd, we can get it done in one day. All you ATV people, mark those dates, especially if you want to access the ATV trail to hunt come Sept 1st. THE TRAIL WILL NOT BE OPEN IF THE MATTS ARN'T DOWN FIRST. You get the matts down, and the trail will be open for waterfowl hunting. Let everybody know we need help those days, nobody will be turned away. Starting time will be announced soon, most likely 8 am I think. Lets get it done. See you there. Bud
Date changed to August, read details, Cottonwood Creek atv trail
Cottonwood Creek ATV trail work party FROM Meehan, Joe (DFG) TO You + 1 More
Bud – sorry for the delay in notifying you about the work party but here are the details. If you could post this on the Outdoor Forum, forward this email, or get the word out any other way, that would be most appreciated. Thanks.
Volunteers needed in Palmer Hay Flats Refuge
What: Install Geoblock panels to create a new 374’ long ATV trail from the new bridge at Cottonwood Creek to the existing ATV trail
When: Saturday, August 10; 10am to 6pm (or as long as you can help)
Where: Cottonwood Creek access site off Hayfield Road
Items to bring: rubber knee boots and work gloves. If you have them: cordless drill, Phillips bit drivers, extra batteries, charger (we’ll have a generator); saw horses with full 8’ sheet plywood to use as a working surface.
Contacts: Please RSVP so that we can keep you informed of any changes. Joe Meehan (267-2281 firstname.lastname@example.org) or Doug Hill (861-2112 email@example.com).
Joe Meehan, Statewide Program Coordinator
Lands and Refuge Program
Alaska Department of Fish and Game
Division of Wildlife Conservation
333 Raspberry Road
Anchorage, Alaska 99518
tel: (907) 267-2281
fax (907) 267-2433
ADF&G on the web: www.adfg.alaska.gov
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