Amid the COVID-19 outbreak, everything we depend on –schools, stores, gyms, restaurants – are closed.
We are asked to avoid crowds and practice social distancing.
Many of us are holed up in our houses feeling stir crazy.
We have a suggestion. Angle Fly Preserve and Rhinoceros Creek Reservation are open, and their trails are a perfect way to get a breath of fresh air while still following CDC guidelines! There's plenty of open space to accommodate the requirement we stay six feet apart. And being out in nature not only refreshes the spirit but makes us healthier as well.
So, please come out, enjoy Somers' nature preserves and give yourself a lift.
When you gotta go, but you just don't want to leave...
Help Somers Land Trust purchase and install an environmentally safe, waterless, odorless toilet at Rhinoceros Creek Reservation.
This state-of-the-art toilet is the same as the two we installed at Angle Fly Preserve where they have served the community with a minimum of maintenance for years.
Our initial goal of $10,000 represents a significant downpayment on this essential amenity.
The new trail at Rhinoceros Creek is shaping up – thanks to intrepid volunteers who worked through the winter. And the pavilion with its beautiful new stone patio overlooking the pond is just the spot to relax after a hike. But isn't there one more thing needed to complete this picture? We think so – a permanent composting toilet is the perfect addition to enhance your enjoyment of Somers' newest green space.
The wonderful thing about supporting the Somers Land Trust is that everything you give stays in the community we all treasure.