Twenty-one volunteers offered their time and energy to the Fairfax County Park Authority on Thursday, January 3, 2019, to provide much-needed help restoring trails at Riverbend Park.
The park’s trails took a beating in late 2018 from heavy rains that caused flooding and forced some closures. Riverbend scheduled a two-hour Trail Work Day on January 3, and volunteers worked with park staff to help clear away debris, move dirt and restore hard-hit trails. The popular Potomac Heritage Trail is still muddy, but the upriver section is now open.
Pictured are some of the volunteers who provided trail work at Riverbend Park.
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