Yesterday brought the beginning of our 2020 stewardship season where we are starting trail work on conjoined projects. Brush Mountain: Includes the noted freeborn African American Calvin Swan’s historical homestead area in Northfield. Linda Style's Lynrose Farm and Wellness Center: One of our leading areas consignments stores for healing and wellness products crafted by our local professionals
Also, during this time NQTA is developing a youth/vet signage and wood making initiative. This initiative to create 100 signs is supported by a current Department of Conservation and Recreation trail grant, will be implemented with the assistance of the woodworking shop at Launchspace in the Orange Innovation Center.
Most of the signs will go to the 22-mile section of the Tully trail that NQTA is looking to take the lead stewardship on. (Details on NQTA’s efforts to save the Tully trail for continued use by our entire community is detailed on our GOFUND ME page.) Matt Sheldon, a Warwick resident, woodworker and carpenter has come aboard to lead this project.
Once all of this Coronavirus is behind us NQTA in working with Linda will be setting up Lynrose Farm and Wellness as an outdoor activity specialty location for daily yoga, healing arts demonstrations. While Matt will be premiering a basic mountain bike course and education for all at the Lynrose Farm location.
I would like to also introduce our new digital maintenance staff Tammy Ketcham and Tracey Styles. If you have any questions related to emails, webpages, or other digital media please contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org (with Tammy or Tracey in the subject line) for now until we will have personal emails for them once our new Gsuite is up and running.
NQTA President nqta.org