The Nora Loop Trail is growing and looking great thanks to our stellar volunteers! Our next scheduled trail-building days will be Saturday Sept. 24th Sunday Sept. 25th. Thursday, Sept 29th Sunday, Oct 2 Thursday, Oct 6. We’ll start at 8:30 am and work until around […]
The September meeting of McIntosh Run Watershed Association is next Tuesday, September 20th, at 7:00 pm. Draft Agenda items include: Nora Loop Trail update and planning HRM Licence Agreement – we may have a final version by next Tuesday Donated framed photo by Shirley DeWolfe, […]
Trail work continues and we need your help! Work will include pruning, carrying lumber, clearing brush, grubbing the trail tread and moving rocks. We may also be building boardwalks. Please bring work gloves, water and a snack. We have some extra work gloves and safety glasses on site.
We’ll meet at the corner of Norawarren Drive and Reginald, at the mailbox on Norawarren. The civic address is 37 Norawarren — although there is no house yet at that address.
MRWA is holding two trail build days on Saturday, Sept 3 and Sunday Sept 11? We’ll start at 8:30am and work until around 12:30. Work will include pruning, clearing already-cut brush, carrying lumber, grubbing the trail tread and moving rocks. We may also be building […]
The Backlands Coalition will be hosting an information session on Tuesday August 30th between 6:30 – 8:30 pm at the Captain William Spry Centre. The information session will be for the proposal put forward by the Shaw Group and the Nature Conservancy of Canada. For […]
Join MRWA and students from JL Ilsley school for this year’s McIntosh Run River Cleanup on Saturday June 4th from 9-12. Meet and register at the Captain William Spry Community Centre. We will have pizza for participants. See you there!
Our next monthly meeting is Tuesday May 17th at the Captain William Spry Community Centre beginning at 7pm. Please join us!
The second day of our trail building workshop is tomorrow. Ryan and Michelle from TrailFlow will be leading our volunteer ‘Trail Builders’ to learn more trail construction techniques. Also, thanks to the quick turnaround from the folks at Bromoc Print we have new signs!