Tool drop off was so easy! Thanks to everyone who helped
My children, mother, and I arrived at about 9:10 (after having a difficult time finding parking) and there was no one there. We saw a large pile of compost bags and waited by the Buford Tower for about half an hour. Unfortunately, no one ever showed up. We then left.
I was registered with the Dottie Jordan crew but only because my regular crew on 51st behind Super 8 missed the registration deadline. I did volunteer on the 51st side with Ms. León as the organizer along with Tyson
I really like knowing there are Kind bars waiting
This place is so amazing!! I heard the mayor Steve Adler came out so its bonifide!! I think it's so amazing this place still exists !! Looking toward to many more years of fun and growth at the 9th Street BMX DIRT JUMPS !!
Well organized, plenty of supplies and tools available. I worked on the creek cleanup. I wished I had some rubber boots to wade in the shallow water for easier access to the creek bank.
We volunteered as a family. If we didn't have game restraints would have helped longer. We love that park and it was a section we had never been to before.
Cold wet, but we had a good time. I met some interesting people. Lifted heavy things. Planted plants. Moved Rocks
We got a lot of clean up done
Lots of hard workers out there---there was a young girl (maybe 12?) who hauled load after load of mulch---what a trouper!
Walked the perimeter of Adams Park and filled a large trash bag with debris.
We killed the ligustrum, dragged it across the creek and left it in an offering pile to the city of Austin. This greenbelt looks better and better every year, and it's because of the persistence of the community.