trail maintenance: jordan river parkway
This conservation project will help make the Jordan River Corridor a better place. We will focus efforts on evasive weed (puncturevine) removal and general clean-up activities along a short section of the Jordan River Parkway Trail. Puncture vines aka goat-heads are a special hazard because a single plant can generate upwards of 2000 seeds (the thorns) which can stay dormant in the ground for 5 years; so, if you ride a bike or walk a dog, you can appreciate how important this trail maintenance activity is. Sturdy shoes/boots, gloves, and long pants are recommended. Meet Elliott (801-969-2846) in the parking lot located on the north side of 4800 South and on the east side of the Jordan River, at 6:00pm.
|Date:||Wed Sep 24 2014|
|Meeting Place:||Trailhead parking lot located on the north side 4800 South on the east side of the Jordan River.|
|Meeting Time:||6:00 pm|