Stewards of the McIntosh Run Watershed

Stewards of the McIntosh Run Watershed

Enhancing ecological integrity and public access

Recent Posts

Trail building has begun!

Trail building has begun!

The 2018 trail building season has started. Volunteers were out today building trail in the McIntosh Run Singletrack Trail System. The trail plan for 2018 is ambitious and we’re excited to have started. If you’re interested in lending a hand (and back) we’d love to […]

April General Meeting – CANCELLED

April General Meeting – CANCELLED

MRWA will not hold a general meeting in April. The next general meeting will be May 15th. Hope to see you then!

MRWA AGM March 20 7pm

MRWA AGM March 20 7pm

Join us for our Annual General Meeting on March 20th, 7pm at the Captain William Spry Community Centre. We’ll have our new Singletrack t-shirts for sale ($30). Hope to see you there!

Support funding for recreation trails

Support funding for recreation trails

MRWA needs your help. We need you to contact your councillor and Mayor Savage to let them know you’d like HRM to fund recreation trails.

Fall & early winter update from MRWA

Fall & early winter update from MRWA

We had a busy and productive fall in the McIntosh Run. Most Saturday mornings and Sunday afternoons and the odd weeknight this fall you’d have found a crew of trail builders somewhere in the McIntosh Run Watershed digging dirt, moving rocks, or “grubbing” new trail. […]

Tick Safety

Tick Safety

A number of trail users have reported finding ticks on their dogs this past summer and fall on the Community trail. We encourage everyone to check out the Government of Nova Scotia’s tick safety website. You can find it here https://novascotia.ca/ticksafety/ 

Stay tuned for website changes

Stay tuned for website changes

We will be changing our website around soon and will be bringing a fresh look with new features. To find out about upcoming trail work days check out the MRWA calendar (you can sync it with your own) or our Facebook page or join our […]

MRWA meeting – tonight (Oct 17th) 7pm

MRWA meeting – tonight (Oct 17th) 7pm

The next meeting of the McIntosh Run Watershed Association is Tuesday October 17th at 7:00 pm at the Captain Spry Community Centre. All are welcome to attend.  Agenda will include: Usual business – Agenda, Minutes, Financial report News from Halifax Regional Trails Association Proposed Shaw […]

Trail work day Wed Oct 18th, 3-6pm

Trail work day Wed Oct 18th, 3-6pm

Join us to continue building “Osprey”, a new singletrack trail in the Fight Trail area of the McIntosh Run Trail System. Our next work session is Wednesday 3:00 – 6:30.
Meet at the cul-de-sac at the end of Alabaster Way in the Governor’s Brook subdivision in Spryfield (access from Drysdale Road). You don’t need to commit to the full session – join us when you can for as long as you can. If you arrive late, follow the BLUE flags to find us. Note there are two new trails starting from the cul-de-sac. Take the one on the right with the “Trail Under Construction” sign. We’re down near the end of it so expect a 10-minute walk in.
Bring sturdy shoes, work gloves and water. All are welcome, no experience needed!
A grant from MEC has allowed us to hire TrailFlow Outdoor Adventures to assist with the construction of this trail, but we need volunteers to stretch the contract funds as far as possible. Thanks MEC and thanks volunteers!
This trail is part of the McIntosh Run Trail System, an approved network of singletrack trails for non-motorized recreation on public land between Spryfield and Herring Cove.

Trail work days – Oct 14th 8:30-12:30 & Oct 15th 2-6pm

Trail work days – Oct 14th 8:30-12:30 & Oct 15th 2-6pm

Join us to continue building “Osprey”, a new singletrack trail in the Fight Trail area of the McIntosh Run Trail System. Our work sessions this weekend will be Saturday 8:30 – 12:30 and Sunday 2:00- 6:00. Meet at the cul-de-sac at the  end of Alabaster Way […]