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!
Please join us for tonight’s AGM at the Captain William Spry Centre at 7pm. We will be electing our board of directors and summing up the great work completed this past year. We will also be providing an update on the progress of the Singletrack Trail development to date and plans for the summer. The detailed agenda for tonight’s meeting can be found on the link below. Hope to see you there!
The first day of our trail building workshop was a great success. The folks from TrailFlow taught 14 volunteer Trail Builders sustainable trail building techniques and broke ground on the McIntosh Run Singletrack Trail! Don’t forget to come out to our AGM on Tuesday April 19th.
Volunteer Trail Builders are attending the first of two trail building workshops on April 17th with TrailFlow. A big thanks to Bicycle Nova Scotia for providing the funding to pay for the workshop! Once trained, the volunteer Trail Builders will be able to lead crews […]
The Halifax Green Network is receiving feedback this week on their plan. It is a chance to provide your input into the management of open spaces within HRM. Open houses are being hosted in various communities across HRM between March 30 – April 7. For more information visit the Halifax Green Network Website.
Hello MRWA Members The next meeting of the McIntosh Run Watershed Association is Tuesday March 15th at 7:00 pm at the Captain Spry Community Centre in Spryfield. We will be discussing plans for a trail building workshop this spring and fund raising for the trails. […]
A small MRWA trail crew was out on the Community Trail today (14 Nov), cutting back the encroaching thorn bushes on the section east of River Road trailhead. We were able to use a brush saw for this, which helped greatly and will facilitate future […]