Category Archives: trail building

Calling All Flow Trail Fans for Volunteer Trailwork Days

MBoSC is excited to announce the first two official Flow Trail at Demo VOLUNTEER TRAILWORK EVENTS! Saturday February 22 Our first official volunteer workday is sponsored by the Stewards of Soquel Forest, the non-profit organization founded in 2000 that helped … Continue reading

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Trail Talk #3: Gettin real

This past week marks a major milestone for MBoSC and the Flow Trail project. We have broken ground on segment 5 and have rough cut almost 1000 feet of trail. While this project has been in the works for over … Continue reading

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Flow Trail at Demo Weekday Volunteers Now Needed

Our rain dance worked a little too well! After this weekend’s deluge, we’ll be in dirt digging paradise. Are you available to give us a hand during the week? We could use some help this coming TUESDAY through FRIDAY (2-11 … Continue reading

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Trail Talk #2: Keep ‘em separated

Last week we had the CAL FIRE conservation camp crews out for three days to clear the trail corridor on two segments of the flow trail. Segment 5, where we will begin construction, has been cleared of debris and raked … Continue reading

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Trail Talk #1: Trail Layout

In anticipation of receiving the stamp of approval on our CEQA (California Environmental Quality Act) document, and the green light to begin trail construction, Drew and I have been out refining the trail alignment on several segments of the Flow … Continue reading

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