Friends of Copperfield Nature Trails is a neighborhood group in northeast Austin that has been working hard since 2004 to establish and maintain a nature trail along a 2 mile section of a tributary of Walnut Creek.
5 People | 4 Impacts | 8 Hours
Deana Dossey wrote on September 13th, 2016
Friends of Copperfield Nature Trails
Saturday Sept 24, 2016, 9 am-noon
Meet at Blakeney Pond Trail Entrance
Celebration of National Public Lands Day.
9 AM to 12 Noon. Stay for all or some.
Meet at the Blakeney pond entrance to the trail at 9 AM.
Sponsored by Friends of Copperfield Nature Trails in partnership with City of Austin Parks Department.
Adults and children accompanied by an adult welcome to participate after signing liability release provided at the work day.
Activity: Blakeney pond wildflower beds and butterfly bed at park weeding and cleanup. Trash pick-up at park and along trail as needed.
We'll provide tools and supplies.
Dress to work: sturdy closed-toed shoes, pants, long sleeves, and hat recommended. Bring your own sunscreen, water to drink, snacks. Consider bringing plant loppers.
Deana Dossey wrote on April 20th, 2016
Austin Park Foundation workday coming up June 4, 2016, National Trails Day. Mark your calendar and watch for more info on how to sign up on the Austin Parks Foundation website.
Thanks to all those that made out to our KAB Cleansweep workday and endured the short rain shower that helped our flowers.
Deana Dossey wrote on January 10th, 2016
Work day on Jan 16, 2016, 9 AM, meet up at Blakeney pond entrance to greenbelt off of Blakeney.
It's My Park Day, March 5, 2016, 9 AM-11 AM, meet up at Blakeney pond entrance to greenbelt off of Blakeney. Watch Austin Parks Foundation site for details and how to sign up to join us!