Celebrate Public Lands with WV Rivers at Little Beaver State Park on 9/28

September is National Wilderness Month and September 28 is National Public Lands Day and there are so many opportunities to celebrate our wild and wonderful public lands!

On September 28 we’ll be holding a National Public Lands Day Celebration with Conservation Legacy at Little Beaver State Park. The celebration features a morning of trail work and an afternoon of recreation, food and music!

Little Beaver State Park, in southern WV, has received over $400,000 from the Land & Water Conservation Fund and is a great example of how LWCF funds benefit West Virginia.

In honor of our outstanding public lands, we’re providing a free lunch to everyone that comes out to enjoys the park.

Trail work registration starts at 9:00am, lunch and entertainment start at 12:00pm.

Our National Public Lands Day Celebration is a great way to get outside and give back to the public lands you love. So, bring the family and care for your public lands while enjoying fellowship, a good meal, and fresh air.

Other Ways to Celebrate Public Lands:

September 20 & 21: Come say “hi” at Gauley Fest at the Nicholas County Veterans Memorial Park. Want a free ticket to Gauley Fest? RSVP to volunteer here.

September 23: Explore our wild Monongahela National Forest from 10-2pm during our Forest Tour for Public Lands Advocates. RSVP here.

September 26: Join an archaeological dig and help provide new access points to the Greenbrier River Trail between the hours of 9-4. RSVP here.

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