FARMINGTON — The Bonney Woods Corporation invites people to its woods this fall. Easy walks to trail runs, as well as dog walks, are scheduled to be offered from Saturday, Sept. 23 through Saturday, Oct. 14.

To view all the events and to sign up, visit By signing up, volunteers will have contact information in case the date/time is changed. A donation is requested.

The Bonney Woods Corporation is Maine’s oldest nonprofit. It owns and manages the Powder House Hill Trails, linking Bonney, Flint, Village, Horn and Willow Springs Woods, according to a news release from Sandy Richard, corporation president.

The corporation is an all-volunteer organization: it has no paid staff and is neither affiliated with nor funded by the town of Farmington or any other organization.

The Powder House Hill Trails are free to use, but someone maintains every trail. Those who enjoy the trails can support the corporation in some way.

Those interested can email specific questions, find links to volunteer opportunities, get trail updates, and donate on the website or follow Bonney Woods on Facebook (@BonneyWoods) or Instagram (@powderhousehilltrails).

Donations can also be made using Venmo.


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