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Community Trail Open

Community Trail Open

The McIntosh Run Community trail is once again open after being closed for 2019 during the construction of a new subdivision near Roach’s Pond.

Now Hiring Fall Trail Crew Members

Now Hiring Fall Trail Crew Members

As some members of the summer trail crew have gone back to school, MRWA is looking for individuals to join our team! The job description and how to apply detailed below.

Trail Party! with the Hopping Penguins

Trail Party! with the Hopping Penguins

Enjoy reggae and old-school ska with some rock’n’roll and smooth funk tossed in as The Hopping Penguins provide the music at Trail Party!, MRWA’s fundraising concert and silent auction. All proceeds from the event, which is being held October 19 at the St. Mary’s Boat Club in Halifax, will support ongoing expansion of the McIntosh Run Singletrack Trails. It will be a fun night – a chance for the trail community to come together to celebrate, socialize, and raise funds for great trails!

Tickets for the party are $30 in advance or $40 at the door, but don’t delay: already nearly half the tickets are sold. Get your tickets HERE

Hiring MRWA Trail Crew

Hiring MRWA Trail Crew

We are hiring! The McIntosh Run Watershed Association (MRWA) is hiring energetic people to form a Trail Crew to build singletrack trails between Spryfield and Herring Cove, Nova Scotia. The trails form part of the approved network of recreational trails on NS Crown Land and…

City Nature Challenge

City Nature Challenge

MRWA is joining the iNaturalist City Nature Challenge 2019. We’ll be hiking and recording species sightings along the McIntosh Run Trails. Meeting at the trailhead at the end of Alabaster Way we’ll hike along Osprey and Attic trails to see what we find. The hike…