Successful Trail Clean-Up! July 30, 2013 | By Carter Cox
Saturday was a busy day at the National Museum of Wildlife Art. We hosted a Sculpture Trail Clean-Up and want to thank all of the community members who came to join us. The Sculpture Trail runs to the north and south of the Museum and is free. While the sculptures were looking great, the trail needed some love. We spent the morning weeding, raking dead plants and bushes, and cleaning signs. Friends of Pathways and Teton County Weed and Pest were there leading some of our groups. Thanks to our 25 amazing volunteers, we filled 30 bags with weeds and trash and the Trail is looking great. Be sure to come out to the Museum to check out the freshly cleaned Trail!
If you are interested in future volunteer opportunities, please contact Carter at ccox@WildlifeArt.org.
Carter Cox, Assistant Curator of Education