Date: June 12, 2019 to June 12, 2019
Where: Granite Mountain Preserve, Peekskill Hollow Road, Putnam Valley, New York, United States
Ticket Price: N/A
Date: Sunday, May 12th Time: Two sessions: 9am - 12pm and 1-4pm Meeting Location: Granite Mountain Preserve - Peekskill Hollow Road access area and parking lot Join us for this community trailwork day in Granite Mountain Preserve to help us restore and renaturalize the trails within the Preserve. HHLT's Natural Resources Manager, Nicole Wooten, and representatives from Tahawus Trails will be leading the work. Please feel free to join us for either the morning or afternoon sessions, or stay for the entire day. The group will depart from the new parking/access area, which is located inside the main gate marked with a "Welcome to Granite Mountain Preserve" sign. It is located opposite Jeanne Drive and across the street from 500 Peekskill Hollow Road. Be sure to input "Granite Mountain Preserve" into Google Maps as just "Granite Mountain" will lead you to the wrong location. Please note parking is limited so we strongly encourage you to carpool, if possible. We look forward to welcoming you to Granite Mountain Preserve! About Granite Mountain PreserveIn 2017, HHLT conserved more than 350 acres on Granite Mountain in the heart of Putnam Valley, creating a new Preserve that protects vital wildlife habitat and drinking water, while serving as a recreational resource for the community. Since then, we've been working to improve the trail system and make the Preserve more accessible to the public. Please note that we recommend waiting to explore the trails on your own until they are improved and marked by the end of next year.