College Dreams Crew helps SUTA with much needed Trail Maintenance Projects

We had a great crew of eight teenagers from the College Dreams Program work on a series of projects for the Sterling Mine Ditch Trail in early July.   They spent four days trimming and widening the trail just north of the Deming puncheon bridges; from the Deming Trailhead towards the Armstrong access trail and along the length of the north Armstrong Access trail.  The crew also relocated a bench to a more useful location and did trimming of the trail east of the Tunnel .

We greatly appreciate their hard work!

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The names of the crew in this picture are

Jacob, Peter, Jesus, Christian, Kyle and  Sandra.

Arturo Onesto (the crew leader) behind the bench in in the middle

and John Galego (in Orange and a baseball cap behind the bench – a stalwart SUTA volunteer), are also in the picture.

MANY THANKS TO EACH OF YOU!

 

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REI Medford has graciously provided grants to SUTA to fund key improvements to the Sterling Mine Ditch Trail - such as our kiosks and bridges. Please let them know you appreciate their support for SUTA’s trail projects!

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