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VOLUNTEER DAY: Troy Urban Trails at John B. Staalesen Vanderheyden Nature Preserve

Date: Saturday, May 06, 2017 9:00 am - 10:00 am

Come help us get started working on the Wynants Kill Trail in south Troy. Our work will be a collaboration with Troy to develop the trail from Rensselaer Land Trust’s John B. Staalesen Vanderheyden Nature Preserve to Troy's Burden Pond Park. Depending on how many volunteers we have registered, we will pick- up trash and take on some trail maintenance at various locations.  We will start work at 9:00, but the time is flexible. 

To get involoved call Bob Crowley (518-283-7364) or Joe Durkin (518-279-9870) for more information.

Meet at the Staalesen Preserve, Wynantskill Way, Troy.

Directions John B. Staalesen Vanderheyden Nature Preserve

The main entrance to the John B. Staalesen Vanderheyden Preserve is in South Troy off Campbell Avenue at the end of Wynantskill Way in the Vanderhayden Estates residential development. Campbell Avenue runs from Route 4 at the Burden Pond Park up to Spring Ave, which in turn intersects with Pawling Avenue (NYS Route 66). From the intersection of Wynantskill Way and Campbell Avenue, just east of the intersection of Campbell Avenue and Spring Avenue, take Wynantskill Way to its end and continue straight ahead past the metal gate to the parking area next to the Capital Roots community garden.to John B Staalesen Vander

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