The Pine Barrens Trail Center is open and ready for use. The hedges were trimmed and the shed was cleared of vines and invasive species. We aired out the Trail Center and found the key to post some fresh material in the kiosk. The BBQ grill looks fine as well as the picnic tables. We did more trail work and realized the need for invasive species management, as it's a nature center and should feature natives instead of garlic mustard and oriental bittersweet We need help for weed pulling and for redoing the handicap accessible trail (some kind of crushed concrete could be carted in and spread). For access, please contact Suffolk County Parks for a permit application, allow two weeks for processing time. See More Pictures
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