Mamaroneck Town’s Summer Conservation Corps Maintains the Trails

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This year's Summer Conservatoin Corps: Top Row Left to Right: Quinn Fluet Molly Cohn Kevin Marsh Tristen Ayala Kellin Jansen Front Row Left to Right: Noah Odierna Erik O'Toole

This year’s Summer Conservatoin Corps: Top Row Left to Right: Quinn Fluet, Molly Cohn, Kevin Marsh, Tristen Ayala, Kellin Jansen, Front Row Left to Right: Noah Odierna, Erik O’Toole

submitted by Elizabeth Paul:

So who do you think is keeping the Leatherstocking Trail, parts of Sheldrake Environmental Center and other trails so nice?

They’re up early in the morning.

The Town of Mamaroneck Conservation Department hires local high school and college students to help maintain the Town’s conservation areas and trails. The conservation corps has been busy picking up litter and debris, clearing dead trees and limbs, spreading wood chips, fixing bridges and boardwalks and removing invasive vines. 

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Led by Town Environmentalist Liz Paul.,High school and college students between the ages of 16 and 21 can apply for next year’s crew during March 2017.

A job application can be found on the Town of Mamaroneck’s website at www.TownOfMamaroneck.org

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