As many of you are already aware, 105 Post Street has suffered considerable damage. The entire basement, where half of our staff members had individual offices, stewardship supplies, programming materials, our student gear locker, waders, snowshoes, binoculars, main printer, and much much more, was under over three feet of contaminated water.
Last week, an emergency restoration crew started assessing the damage, salvaging some items, and demolishing the rest. The crew has now moved onto the cleanup phase and once completed, staff will begin planning our own cleanup efforts.
Our preserves have also experienced damage resulting in closing off portions of trail that are unsafe to traverse at this time. We ask that you avoid them until we give the go-ahead for safety purposes.
In the meantime, if you would like to help us rebuild, our immediate needs are monetary. You can donate at the link below. If you would like to volunteer any specific help, items, or to receive future contact information about volunteer opportunities, please email Andrea Foster. Staff members look forward to serving our community as much as possible throughout this.
Thank you, and please stay safe.
FORESTVIEW NATURAL AREA IS COMPLETELY CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
PLEASE DO NOT ATTEMPT TO VISIT, REMOVE, OR REPAIR ANY OF THE DAMAGED TRAILS.