This is an archival consolidated post from the previous incarnation of our website.


Throughout February, our hardy crews dug ditches in an attempt to improve drainage on the regularly-flooding Keith Road right-of-way trail—neighbours reported great improvement. If any very wet patches persist, they will be boardwalked.

Group of people building a new boardwalk.


Peter’s crew brought March in by building some badly needed boardwalks over wet areas in Robinson Woods, which get degraded by walkers.


As the whole world tried to deal with the effects of the coronavirus pandemic, GaLTT shut down its volunteer group activities on the trails and in the parks. Of course trees continued to fall across trails and invasive plants continued to grow, so many individuals continued to work alone to keep our trails clear and our public spaces invasives-free. THANKYOU!

Man with a chainsaw clearing beach access trail


Also, our trailwork crews continued their work in small groups improving signage on the trail system and at public beach access points.

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