Volunteers who worked on the new trail at the Oak Hill Conservation Area, from left, are Brenda Lake, Howard Lake, Tyler Keniston, Dave Fuller, Dan Dwyer, Doug Frantzen, Naomi Lynch, Emily Lamb, Amy Hughes, Alex Fish, Carol Fuller, Rob Peale, Harvey Dinerstein, Ken Laustsen, Martha Nadeau and Jean-Luc Theriault. Submitted photo

FAYETTE  — Kennebec Land Trust’s stewardship staff seeks volunteers for a trail work day scheduled to start at 1 p.m. Saturday, June 10, at the Hales Pond Woodland Preserve. This event is a part of the Love Maine Trails Month.

Work will include trimming and clearing vegetation to create a new trail from Bamford Pond Road to Hales Pond.

All experience levels are welcome, according to a news release from Marie Ring at the Winthrop-based office.

People can bring water, a snack and gloves, as well as loppers if they have them. They should dress for the weather. The staff will have extra tools available.

For more information about the Oak Hill Conservation Area, visit tklt.org.

For more information and to RSVP, email Ring at mring@tklt.org.



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