We’re back at it. Come out out Saturday May 22nd. at 9:00 AM. We’ll meet at the gate and drive up and park in the lot. We’ll work until around noon. Join Us Rhino on Trailforks.com powered by JORBA Volunteers
This Saturday we will be meeting on the north side of the lake in the rowing center’s parking lot @ 9am and will continue to work on the blue trail along the farmers field next to south post and conover rd Please RSVP so we know what to bring as far as tools go I will have documents to…
Working with the Atlantic County Parks Commission and Galloway Township Committee, JORBA’s Atlantic Chapter was able to obtain approval for this new 4.7 mile “Nucleus” trail at center of the “Seaview Trails” tract. Work continues as they sculpt the trails to improve flow and fun factor. With the addition of this new trail, riders can now…
American Trails is a fantastic source for information and webinars on trail design and construction. Its webinars and library are a go to source for chapter leads and JORBA park coordinators. You might want to check out the upcoming webinar Introduction to Trail Planning (Part 1 of 3).
We’re continuing with the connection from Rhino to Tapawingo with two days this week. Tuesday after work at 5PM and Sunday at 9AM to noon.
Work from Saturday on the connection to Tapawingo from Rhino. It’s typical Jungle rocks up to the ridge. Look for biweekly and monthly sessions going forward.
The Somerset County Park Commission have closed the yellow trail at the connector. Devil’s Half Acre and the yellow trial going around is CLOSED until further notice. The pink trail going through Devil’s Half Acre is CLOSED until further notice.
We will be building the new connection to Tapawingo from Rhino on April 17th from 9AM to noon. Please join us.
Please welcome Jeremy Klopper as the new representative for the Mine Hill Chapter of JORBA. Jeremy is taking over for Jason Gonsalves. Jason has been the driving force behind all the trails at Dickerson Mine Preserve, none of which would exist without his tireless efforts building and maintaining them. Thank you Jason.
In 2020, the Ringwood Trail Crew recorded 612 volunteer hours. In April, James Bazzano and Tom Pannorfi organized work parties that Park Management permitted, while the Park was technically closed, due to Covid-19 restrictions. Strict mask protocol was observed, and social distancing encouraged. Standout projects include removal of a dilapidated 20+ year old bridge, that…