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National Trails & Maintenance Day @ JCS Arboretum & Senator Roch Riverwalk Month!

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Jun 3, 2017
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Project Description @ Saturday, June 3 @ 10:30Am

The JAYCEES Alumni & Volunteers will be advocating walking/hiking, planting/pruning, wildlife and water fowl observations along their 400 linear foot award-winning Arboretum, the 1.3 mile rugged state Senator Donald Roch Riverwalk, traversing along the newly-established West Warwick Riverwalk (Pawtuxet River Valley Walkway) and the extensive six(6) mile West Bay Bikepath or Greeway, connecting the municipalities of Cranston, Warwick, West Warwick and Coventry in central Rhode Island.

This picturesque trail system is nestled along the longest waterway of the state and its all-important confluence of the north and south branches, the Pawtuxet River and its watershed. 

National Trail Day is the largest nationwide celebration designed to promote healthy lifestyles, outdoor open space activities such as paddling / kayaking, trail walking/running, wildlife and water fowl observations and the overall concept of connecting the public with trails in their communities and regions while building partnerships to protect and enhance trails and nature lanes.



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