Elk Hollow Preserve Trail Work

Our Elk Hollow Preserve Volunteer Work Day in April was a success, thanks to an incredible group of folks who joined us in building trails, friendships, and partnerships!

The group of 18 staff and volunteers gathered on a beautiful spring day, celebrating Earth Month with WNC for the Planet and making swift progress on trail maintenance at SAHC’s Elk Hollow Preserve. Volunteers worked on establishing a beautiful new section of  the Everett J. Bowman Trail, which is still under construction and slated for completion later this year. We are  proud of the progress being made at our Elk Hollow Preserve and hope that this trail will serve future generations to see the effects of land conservation first-hand!

Mike Craft and Greg Kramer volunteers

R to L: Mike Craft of New Belgium and Greg Kramer of TN Eastman Hiking & Canoeing Club/Rocky Fork Trail Crew

We are very grateful to the tireless members of the Rocky Fork Trail Crew for their assistance in organizing and leading this work day, and to all the volunteers who came out to help — including dedicated members of the TN Eastman Hiking and Canoeing Club and employees of New Belgium Brewery.