This year marks the 20th year Broadreach has been visiting Saba and volunteering with the Saba Conservation Foundation. This summer they were all over the island; from the summit of Mt Scenery to 50feet below the ocean surface at the Coral Nursery.
Their Community Service activities included:
– picking up trash and debris on the Dancing Place Trail
– cleaning the algae off the Coral Nursery and helping collect data
– trail maintenance on Middle Island Trail/Cow Pasture
– picking up trash off the Crispeen Track
– trailblazing the new trail from the Sandy Cruz Track to the summit of Mt Scenery
– picking up trash from Banana Gut, where the Trail Shop is located
– surveying Tent Beach as a part of Dr. Jennifer Rahn’s on-going research
– carrying and placing benches on trails for hikers to rest
A big thank you goes to Broadreach for all of their help this summer, and for the past 20 summers!
The Saba Conservation Foundation