Privy installed at the North Branch Cascades Trail

Thursday, July 2nd, 2020

We’re so happy to see folks out on our North Branch Cascades Trail! We’re lucky to have such a beautiful (and now accessible) space to visit locally – especially this summer. While the trail is not fully complete yet, we are welcoming visitors. We recently constructed and installed a privy, thanks to Noah Pollock and a crew from Northern Forest Canoe Trails, with funding from the VT Dept of Forests, Parks and Recreation, Recreation Trails Program!

A few tips for when you’re out visiting VRC’s swimming holes:
If there is a privy available, please use it – this will eliminate human waste risk to other visitors and help keep our waters clean. Privies will not regularly be cleaned. Please bring your own toilet paper and hand sanitizer.

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