Wildflowers are blooming and birds are singing. So get outside! On Saturday, the Eno River Association holds its first workday of the season at the 390-acre Little River Regional Park at the border of Orange and Durham counties. The non-profit conservation organization has worked with the counties and the Triangle Land Conservancy to create the park, which opens in late spring. Come out between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. to help build seven miles of nature and hiking trails. You'll get exercise and fresh air while enjoying the blooming coneflowers, trout lilies and bloodroot.
You'll learn trail-building techniques while creating an outdoor destination for everyone in the community.
Equipment, training and water will be provided. You need to be at least 16 and in good health. To sign up, contact Mike Giles at firstname.lastname@example.org or 560-7956, or go to www.eno river.org .