Feeling cooped up this winter? Help us kick off the 2019 Trailbuilding Season by cutting and burning invasive brush to get ready for a new section of the Ice Age National Scenic Trail. We’ll use fire, chainsaws, handsaws, loppers and herbicide. You’ll learn from local experts and have a direct hand in being a part of history! We will meet at the new parking lot on the south side of Old Sauk Pass (map/directions) at 9am each morning. We will end each day around 4pm. Follow Ice Age Trail Event signs for volunteer check-in. Lunch will be provided both days of the event. *Please dress appropriately for the outdoors. Boots, warm and non-flammable clothing, snowshoes or ice cleats, daypack with water and snacks are highly encouraged. All abilities and talents welcome! Questions? Please contact Brad Crary (firstname.lastname@example.org) or the Ice Age Trail Alliance office (800-227-0046).