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Beechville Lakeside Timberlea (BLT) Trail Association

Location
Located In Lakeside
Where To Find Us
20 Lakeside Park Dr
Lakeside, NS
Areas Served Halifax Regional Municipality
Contact
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Website blttrails.ca
E-Mail chair@blttrails.ca
Contact Jill Campbell-Miller, Co-Chair; Email: chair@blttrails.ca
Alternate Contact Karen Sullivan, Co-Chair
Mailing Address c/o Lakeside Community Centre 
1492 St. Margaret's Bay Rd 
Lakeside, NS B3T 1A9
Volunteers Wanted! Jill Campbell-Miller, Co-Chair; Email: chair@blttrails.ca
Volunteer Opportunity New members from the BLT area welcome, and all volunteers are welcome too. Please visit the BLT website and complete the form on the "contact us" page.
Description & Services
Information The Beechville Lakeside Timberlea Rails to Trail Association is a volunteer organization that manages the 13km BLT Trail passing through the communities of Beechville, Lakeside, Timberlea, Hubley, and Lewis Lake. Monthly meetings are held on the second Wednesday of the month. 
 
Except for large machinery requirements, necessary maintenance on the 13 km trail is completed by volunteers, and mostly by BLT directors. Volunteers are also on the trail after major storms, cutting branches where necessary and repairing washouts. Picking up garbage, emptying garbage cans, removal of the garbage and supplying doggie bags along the trail are also volunteer chores. 
 
More pleasant tasks include our ongoing work in erecting panels to inform our users on history and the natural surroundings. At BLT, our volunteers also organize various events for trail users throughout the year. They include Nordic walking groups, International Trails Day Celebrations, and a litter-clean up day.
Meetings 2nd Wednesday of each month
Special Information
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