The proposed Essex-Hudson Greenway Project is a nearly nine-mile long, multi-use trail corridor following the Old Boonton Line between Montclair and Jersey City. A long-held vision of all the communities along the route, it will provide numerous transportation and recreation opportunities to residents in North Jersey. We now have a limited window of opportunity to ensure this…
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2020.10.17 2:00 PM At Burnt Meadow Trail Head Parking Work continues on the Paiute section of the new Tapawingo project. Please email email@example.com if you plan on attending so we can supply tools. Masks required.
We may not be able to have the festival this year, but we want to keep the stoke going with a virtual alternative from Trailforks. Learn more here.
Our community has raised over $29k in support from 222 donors. JORBA dispersed funds to Frank on August 25th, and we will be cutting a check for donations received since then. We covered the transaction fees as well, so 100% of your contributions have gone directly to Frank. On behalf of Frank & Cindy, our…
2020.10.24 8:30AM High Bridge Commons Blue Steel Flow Control
Tapawingo, a joint JORBA and NYNJTC project to improve the trail network adjacent to Jungle Habitat has been approved. Initially you might see some changes in the blazes, and then improved connectivity to Jungle Habitat from the old Hewitt Butler Trail. Eventually we plan on adding a new trail and making the woods roads sustainable.
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2020.09.30 Work is starting Saturdays at 2PM until 4 or 5. We have created a recurring event. Please RSVP if you plan on attending. Initial work will focus on the Paiute Trout trail segment reroute. Paiute Trout Trail on Trailforks.com 2020.07.02 The land management review for the adoption of the existing trails, addition of the…
Thanks to Justin and Joe we started bench cutting the reroute of the Paiute Trout Trail today.