Millstone Trails Work Day: Sunday, June 11, 8 AM – Please note change of date from previous post! Come learn how to build a split log trail bridge! No previous experience necessary; just bring a pair of work gloves and
In addition to trails, quarries and lots of rocks, the Millstone Trails are home to a wide variety of ecosystems. One of these is called the “vernal pool” which, in our neck of the woods, plays host to salamanders and
Opening Day for Mountain Biking: Saturday, May 20, 2017 (weather permitting) The trails are looking good and so’s the weather, so as long as those two things hold true, MTA will open the Millstone Trails to mountain biking this Saturday!
Millstone Trails Work Day: Sunday, May 21, 8 AM Come learn how to build a trail bridge! No previous experience necessary; just bring a pair of work gloves and show up at the 44 Brook St. Garage in Websterville. Volunteers
We are excited to announce that we are partnering with Orbea and Vermont Bicycle Shop to raffle off a brand new Loki H20 this year! Click here for all the details!
Millstone Trails Work Day Sunday, April 23, 2017 8:00 AM This Sunday we will be having a trail work day to clean up from this winter’s logging operations, to make the trails in the logging area usable this summer. There’s
Join MTA for an evening of celebration as we look forward to a great 2017 summer season! Featuring a 50/50 raffle, dancing, drinks, prizes, DJ, pool and more! Meet the crew, get/renew your membership, or just have a great time.
MTA is pleased to announced that Elle O’Casey has joined our volunteer Board of Directors. Elle has worked in the field of recreation and conservation for several years now both in the US and abroad. Her work with the National Park
MTA is grateful to have the support of the Office Block, a collaborative office space in downtown Barre operated by Stone & Browning Property Management. We have our monthly Board meetings here and it’s an awesome place for collaborating and
Winter (?) Update We’ve been hard at work at Millstone making the best of things so far this winter. We got off to a slightly better start than last year, but the weather continues to disappoint us overall. We’ve managed