Just north of Scott Young Elementary school there is a pathway the leads from the Kawartha Trans Canada Trail to top of a hill overlooking the trail and school. This land is owned by the Trillium Lakelands School Board and under the leadership of Kevin Adams (former teacher) students have been and are stewards of this land planting hundreds of trees and shrubs.
Kawartha Trans Canada Trail is open but it is extremely soft and wet due to the slow snow melt. Suggest to walk and not cycle the trail until end of April. A reminder the trail is closed to motorized use. Appreciate trail users to contact us via email about trail conditions.
Steve Callaghan was honoured by Al MacPherson President of the Kawartha Trans Canada Trail Association Annual General Meeting (November 29th, 2012) for his dedication in helping maintain the Kawartha Trans Canada Trail.
You can now donate to Kawartha Trans Canada Trail online using the CanadaHelps.org website. CanadaHelps is a safe and secure way to donate to the charity of your choosing online. Through CanadaHelps, you decide how much to give, when to give, how often to give, and who gets your personal information.
Please click on the logo above to be taken to the CanadaHelps website and donate today!
Colin Angus with Al MacPherson after an amazing presentation about his travel around the world using ONLY human power.