LINCOLN, Neb. – Show an appreciation for trails and help restore them at Indian Cave State Park on June 2 in celebration of National Trails Day.
Volunteers are needed for trail restoration projects that may include wood chipping trails, pruning encroaching vegetation, defining corridors, erosion maintenance and general cleanup. Work will begin at 9 a.m. and end at 4 p.m., or at the volunteer’s discretion. Bring work gloves and appropriate clothing. Pre-registration is required by May 29 by calling the park office at 402-883-2575.
The American Hiking Society’s National Trails Day is a celebration of America’s trail system. It takes place annually on the first Saturday in June. It features a series of outdoor activities designed to promote and celebrate the importance of America’s trails.
Indian Cave is located 6 miles east of Shubert in Richardson County. A park entry permit is required of each vehicle entering the park.
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