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Trail Maintenance - Seminole State Forest

Trail Maintenance - Seminole State Forest - Meet at the South Entrance: Join the trail crew for a day of trail maintenance to get our trails in shape for the winter hiking season. Equipment & Tools will be furnished. 

Bring lunch, water & personal tools.  Long Pants, long sleeves and sturdy boots are recommended.

For more information, contact leaders:

Rachael & Lou Augspurg


cell: [masked]


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  • Bob S.

    I have done trail maintenance but not seeing others at public meetings telling the politicians to stop selling the natural lands and to start funding trail maintenance and land purchases disturbs me. I wish trail maintenance people would fight the politicians at these public meetings who are destroying Florida's trails, preserves, forests and parks and are now selling off parcels of public lands. Simply doing trail maintenance while the Governor and the Legislature wages war against the trails, and trail maintenance volunteers don't appear to tell them what you do and request that more money be given to the forests, trails, parks etc. is not conducive to changing things around. You are GREAT people but please put some effort into making the trail system better through law, not solely through sweat and hard work.

    1 · September 27, 2013

    • Bob S.

      Hi Kelly and anyone else ... if anybody emails me, I'd be happy to forward them info on some key issues and meetings coming soon, e.g., the Dept of Environ Protection will have a public meeting in Orlando re them wanting to sell of precious public lands. Generally, having the websites of the following in your favorites--all of them list public meetings: the DEP, the FWC, the WMD, your county commissioners; Audubon will send out notices also. Besides attending a public meeting, just ONE regular mail from you to a state Senator or key person is worth 10,000 emails from others. My email address is [masked]

      September 28, 2013

  • Richard D.

    I want to help with trail maintenance but I just committed to helping deliver food to some schools in the local region on every other Wednesday for Northland Church. That's currently scheduled for the hours: 9:00 A.M.-1:00 P.M.
    If the schedule varies I'll let you know and pitch-in to help.
    I also have a bit of a restriction due to the economics of travel as I'm living on a "fixed income" of "early S.S. benefits" until I establish a source of work to augment that.

    August 22, 2013

  • chip c.

    Working that day.

    August 15, 2013

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