Harwood Lakes Segment Project Headquarters
September 11-15, 2013
What You Need to Know
About the Project
Camp Nawakwa will be home while we craft a sinuous, glacial-lake-studded, 1.5-mile, permanently protected trail reroute. Trail construction will be challenging with steep slopes, sidehill tread construction, and wetland structures. September promises to be a beautiful time of year, to boot!
The IATA provides food, tools, and campsites free to all who volunteer. There is no obligation to come for the entire event, but many do because of the fun atmosphere and the camaraderie that develops throughout the project.
What to Bring:
Insect repellant, leather work gloves, sturdy hiking or work boots (no sneakers), daypack, water bottles, sunscreen, long-sleeve shirt and pants, hat, raingear and personal items. If camping, bring your own tent and sleeping bag.
We love dogs, but we ask that you not bring them to this event. Woolly mammoths are welcome.
Registration confirmation will be emailed the week prior to the event.