Sponsoring Yale Group:
Yale Club of the Blue Ridge
RTF Tool Shed
2030 Morton DriveCharlottesville, VA 22903
Trail maintenance work parties occur the second Saturday of each month from 9:00-11:30. Everyone is welcome, and we have tasks suitable for all ages and skill levels.
Our gathering point for work parties is at the RTF equipment shed at 2030 Morton Drive, just past Bodo’s and behind the English Inn, next to the Meadowcreek Gardens (see map below). We usually meet at the tool shed at 8:45 and carpool to the work site, but if you want to go directly to the project or expect to be late, contact the work party leader.
Please wear clothes suitable for getting dirty in a forest environment, and bring work gloves. If you bring your own tools, such as hand clippers, long-handled loppers, or pruning or bow saw, be sure to label them with your name. We also have tools and gloves you can borrow.
The mission of the Rivanna Trails Foundation is to promote, create, and protect pathways, trails, and greenways in the Rivanna River Watershed that connect communities and people to one another and to nature.
We are a volunteer organization supported solely by tax-deductible contributions, and believe that community-wide trails serve as a resource for nature-related recreation, environmental education, and human-powered transportation.
Robert Mullin ’86