CR NEMBA Volunteer Trail Work Day #5


8/24/19 9:00am to 2:00pm

On Saturday, August 24, we are sponsoring our 5th volunteer trail work day of the season! Work will include general summer trail maintenance (raking, cutting encroaching brush, etc). IMPORTANT: In addition to the info below, any additional event details will be posted on this Facebook event page so please check this page again as the date gets closer.


DATE: Saturday, August 24
MEETUP: Sugarloaf Outdoor Center
TIME: 9:00 AM to sign up and get assignments.
DURATION: Approximately 5 hours.

Please RSVP to the work day leader, Josh Tauses, at and RSVPing through this Facebook event page is a great way to let your friends know you'll be attending this event.

ACTIVITIES: General summer trail maintenance.

ITEMS TO BRING: Water, sturdy gloves and footwear, safety glasses/protective eyewear, insect repellent, rain gear (just in case), lunch or snacks, your kids because this is a kid-friendly event (using only light tools), tools you may have available (rakes, loppers, hand shears), cell phones so we can communicate issues that pop up, and your bike (there will be a group ride at the end of the work day, conditions permitting.)

Our friends at the Hostel of Maine have generously offered 50% off beer (same day, following the trail work) to CRNEMBA volunteers, ages 21+.

NEMBA's Trail Care Waiver is now available online and only needs to be signed once per year. If you have not already signed it, please save time by signing it before the event by visiting:

Additional 2019 Volunteer Trail Work Days and events can be found under the Events tab of our Facebook page as well as our online Events calendar at

Our trail work days are open to people of all ages and abilities. All that is required is enthusiasm and a willingness to work together; the club provides direction, tools, and work project locations. We need your help maintaining the beautiful trail network in Carrabassett Valley. Please join us. Trail work days are always fun and productive!


Carrabassett Region


Event Leader

Josh Tauses