TrailStewardReport Name First Last Email Date MM slash DD slash YYYY Volunteer HoursInclude travel time, trail time and report time. Please enter a number. e.g. - 2, 1.75, 2.5 etc.TrailSpring Lake TrailIsland at Spring LakeWatson WoodsD&R Canal Towpath - NorthD&R Canal Towpath - SouthBordentown BluffsNorthern Community ParkConstructed Wetland TrailWater TrailOther - Please describe in commentsA. Parking Area Problems No Problems were noted in the Parking Area Litter is a problem Parking area in poor condition Area looks poorly maintained Trailhead signs in poor condition Map is not consistent with current trails Kiosk in in poor repair or out-of-date Problems Observed in the Parking Area:B. Trail Condition Problems No Problems were noted on the Trails LItter is a problem Downed trees or leaning trees are trail hazards Excessive Vegetation is encroaching on the trail. Trail Hazards such as roots, rocks, deep ruts, or potholes are present. Erosion is a problem on trail, stream banks or bluff edge. Consistently wet or mucky sections of the trail. Signs of unofficial trails being created. Insufficient trail markers (Can't see the next marker from prior marker) Please check any problem areas.Additional Notes for Trail Condition:C. Other Problems No other problems were Noted Poor Water Quality Indicators such as oil film or algae blooms. LItter is a problem Unnatural (non-marsh) odors Vandalism Unauthorized use (ATV's, evidence of parties such as fire rings, etc.) Activities of neighbors with negative impact (dumping, cutting, etc.) Please check any problem areas.Additional Notes for Other Problems:D. Invasive Species Noted:Many trails have existing populations of invasive species that have not been addressed. The priority for trail stewards is to identify invasives that are new to an area or rapidly spreading. Some specific species to be alert for in new areas are Mile-a-minute, Japanese Knotweed, and the Spotted Lantern Fly. E. Actions Taken by Trail Steward:Please describe any actions taken during your trail inspection such as pruning or trail clearing, removal of invasive plants, or picking up litter.F. Future Projects:Describe any projects you think might benefit the site. Are there areas that would benefit from a boardwalk or wooden stairs? from improved trail markers? Is this a project that could be done by you alone, or with the help of a trail crew? Note that all projects must be approved by the trail owner in advance.G. Trail Usage:Did you see people using the trails? How many? What kinds of activities were they doing?H. Fun Stuff / Other Observations:Please share any other information of interest. e.g. Did you see any unusual or exciting species of plants or animals? How was your visit overall? Image 1Max. file size: 50 MB.Image 2Max. file size: 50 MB.Image 3Max. file size: 50 MB.Image 4Max. file size: 50 MB.Image 5Max. file size: 50 MB.