Volunteers Turn Out to Spruce Up the Metropolitan Branch Trail

Early last Monday morning, the trail was jammed with a different sort of traffic–113 rock-star volunteers who gave up their holiday to help make Dr. Martin Luther King Jr Day a Day of Service on the Metropolitan Branch Trail. We removed debris throughout the trail corridor, pulled bags and bags of trash from the ravine at Rhode Island Ave, trimmed vegetation, weeded the garden bed at Rhode Island, and cleaned the contraflow bike facility on R St. NE.

Check out some pictures from the event:

Many thanks to our event partner Carlos Rosario International Public Charter School, to Career Path DC, HITT Construction and the R St NE Cubesmart for donating dumpster space, to Friends of Edgewood and DDOT for advice and to Officer Tate of the Metropolitan Police Department for offering day of support. It takes a community to put on a community event!