Here are some ways YOU can make the park even better:
Join us for upcoming community work days—even if its for just a couple hours, every bit helps.
Your membership helps support our activities and gives you a voice in shaping our priorities.
By shopping through our Amazon Smiles account, a percentage of your purchase goes to help fund our activities.
A direct donation to our PayPal account helps us keep our great volunteers fed, watered and equipped! Please do what you can.
Pine Hill Partnership is strictly an all volunteer organization. We are able to maintain Pine Hill Park to a very high standard due to your monetary contributions. We are a non-profit group with 501 (c) 3 status. Your contributions are tax deductible.
Help us replace worn tools:
Our wish list:
- Silky handsaw: $99.72 – Link to purchase
- Silky KATANABOY, #403-50, Large Folding Saw w/ Case: $192.72 – Link to purchase
- Hazel hoe or Adze hoe: $69.95 – Link to purchase
- Pulaski: $64.95 – Link to purchase
- Nupla Fire Rake: $49.95 – Link to purchase
- Nupla McLeod: $47.00 – Link to purchase
- Stihl Kombi Brushcutter FS 110R: Approximately $370.00.
Would prefer to purchase from GT Power on Park St in Rutland.
Link to Description at Stilh USA
Become a Member
For your donation of $50.00 or more, you will receive a very cool looking Pine Hill Partnership t-shirt (100% heavy duty cotton) and a one year membership in the Pine Hill Partnership.
2019 Volunteer days
Community Work Day: April 27, 2019 9AM-Noon
Meet in the front entrance. Bring water and sunscreen. We will supply gloves and tools.
Yes Plan will be coming in May. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Youth Works is back for their 12th year. Starting Monday, June 17th and 18th, every Monday and Tuesday till the end of July. Contact email@example.com for more information.
Thank you very much for the continuing support in Pine Hill Park. We have a fantastic trail system because of all the volunteer effort from great folks like you.
Please be considerate of volunteers you see on the trail. Say “thank you” when you see them in the park… offer to move a bucket or two of dirt—even if you are riding. Without those volunteers, we would not have the park we have today.
Come join us on any of these days even if it is for a short period of time—every bit helps.