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Join a group of volunteers along with Wild Arizona and
the Coronado National Forest to begin construction of
a trail reroute connecting the South Fork trailhead with
the existing trail, bypassing the former roadbed
damaged by Hurricane Odile, which can be difficult for
many to walk due to uneven terrain and seasonal
flooding from the creek. We will be using hand tools to
clear and construct a new sustainable trail corridor on
the bank along and above the roadbed. People of all
abilities and experience levels are encouraged to
participate, as we'll be doing a variety of tasks ranging
from using pruning loppers and small hand saws to
clear vegetation away from the new corridor, to
constructing the new trail surface with a variety of
digging tools. Any necessary training will be provided
on location as we're working. Come out and participate
in helping reconnect this popular trail to the new

Meet at the South Fork Trailhead at 8 AM (AZ time),
July 20th and 21st. Feel free to participate on either or
both days depending on your schedule. To participate,
you must wear long pants and closed toe shoes. Bring
eye protection, work gloves, sunscreen, lunch and
water for the day. Rain gear is encouraged depending
on the forecast. Tools and hard hats will be provided
by the Forest Service. If you have any questions,