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It is fine to do minor maintenance work such as trimming small branches across trails, providing the trail is on public land. For more extensive work, please check with the Committee first, by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or consider adopting a trail. Contact the Trails Committee at Carlisletrails@comcast.net to find out how, or read through our "Trails Maintenance Guidelines".
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Send an email to email@example.com.
For trees down on trails, or other problems, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include the location, as precisely as possible, and describe the nature of the problem - for example, the size of the tree. Including one or two photos may be helpful.
We generally hold trail work days in the spring and fall, where volunteer help is appreciated. Check the calendar for upcoming events, or contact the Trails Committee at Carlisletrails@comcast.net.
Please plan ahead; it is difficult to arrange volunteer trail work at short notice.
We are installing new marker signs at significant trail intersections, each designated by its own unique number, which will be included on the maps in the next edition of the “Trails in Carlisle” book. The paintings are by members of the Carlisle School Art Club. The project will take several years to complete, but signs are already in place at Towle Land, Town Forest and Davis Corridor. Maps showing the sign locations can be downloaded HERE
The book can be purchased from the Conservation Commission at Town Hall, or at Ferns Country Store. For more information, visit the Trails Book page.
Hike all of the trails on Carlisle, and submit a record of your hikes. For more information, go to the Trekker Award page.
Join us for a trail work day; check the calendar for upcoming events.
Buy a trail book, enjoy the trails and tell your friends!