A Volunteer Non-Profit Supporting Multi-Use Trails in Fayette, Ross and Highland
ANNOUNCING THE TRAIL ADOPTER PROGRAM
With over 30 miles of trail now completed and the limited resources of local government
agencies Tri-County Triangle Trail has established a maintenance committee to find
volunteers who use and support the trail to assist with day-to-day maintenance of
We are seeking volunteers to do routine maintenance to keep the trail looking good
and prevent expensive repairs. This includes mowing the berms 3 to 4 times a year
with push mowers , cutting back limbs that may hit trail users and brush the encroaches
on the trail sides, maintain clear lines of sight at intersections and remove litter,
fallen limbs, walnuts and such from the trail.
We have secured a storage facility for equipment. Volunteers will have access to
the facility for maintenance equipment that they may need.
Volunteers should also report any safety issues and maintenance problems, such as
missing signage, graffiti, theft, bridge deck issues, obstructions, etc.
If you would like to become a trail volunteer please contact the following and indicate
what area you would be interested in assisting. We are especially in need of volunteers
in Fayette County from Bogus Road to Fairview Rd.
Mike Beery 740-701-1378 (Ross) Hugh Barnhill 740-313-4104 (Fayette) Or email: TTTMC@mail.com
with your name, contact info, questions and area you are interested in assisting
Welcome our newest Trail Adopter Group: Progressive Industries of Fayette County
and Valero Renewables, Bloomingburg. A special thanks to Ron and Pam Beavers for
assisting with keeping the Robinson Rd. Trail Head mowed and looking good and a big
thank you to Mike Beery for his ongoing help in mowing, cutting brush and general
maintenance of the Ross county section of the trail in the Frankfort area!