Wildflowers are blooming and birds are singing. So get outside! On Saturday, the Eno River Association holds its first workday of the season at the 390-acre Little River Regional Park at the border of Orange and Durham counties. The non-profit conservation organization has worked with the counties and the Triangle Land Conservancy to create the park, which opens in late spring. Come out between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. to help build seven miles of nature and hiking trails. You'll get exercise and fresh air while enjoying the blooming coneflowers, trout lilies and bloodroot.
You'll learn trail-building techniques while creating an outdoor destination for everyone in the community.