Potluck and Slideshow: The Real Dirt on Trailwork

Thu., Apr. 22 This Earth Day, learn about a volunteer opportunity where you can help the environment, meet amazing people, and experience a few days working in the outdoors. Danielle Piscatelli, a long time trail crew volunteer, will share her many experiences doing trailwork across the U.S. and in Russia, including the Great Baikal Trail in Siberia, Mount Baker National Forest in Washington State, Boise National Forest in Idaho, Cross Vermont Trail in Vermont, and the Moosehorn National Wildlife Refuge in Maine. You'll learn about what trailwork is, why it's important, who does it - and why you should try it, too!

Doors open at 6:15p.m, potluck dinner starts at 6:30p.m., slideshow at 7:00p.m. AMC Auditorium, 4 Joy St, Boston MA. If planning to attend, you may RSVP via email to AMCBostonSlideshows@gmail.com. Last names beginning with A-G: bring desserts or drinks; H-L: bring appetizers or side dishes; M-Z: bring main dishes. Plates, bowls, napkins, cups and cutlery will be supplied. Brought to you by the AMC Boston Chapter Slideshow Series. Pictures at: http://www.hbbostonamc.org/index.php/Boston-Chapter-Slideshow-Series/Trailwork-Slideshow-Potluck.html

Julie LePage
AMC Boston Chapter Slideshow Series
Volunteer Coordinator