Work Days

Volunteers on The Trail

The Judge Arthur Solomon Camellia Trail was built by multitudes of volunteers who want to make a difference in the world. When you visit the trail today and see all the beautiful paver walks and stunning camellias, sometimes it is hard to remember how we got to this point. Many volunteers have worked long and hard to get us to this point, and we appreciate every hour that has been donated to this cause.

We have accomplished much with the Judge Arthur Solomon Camellia Trail, but we still have much to do, and we need YOU to help us keep the trail maintained and improved. Every 2nd Saturday in every month, we have a regular scheduled work day from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm at the Trail. We combine volunteer work with camellia and horticulture education. We want you to help us, but we also want to share knowledge and information with you as we accomplish our mission.

We have many tasks that need to be done, so we have plenty of tasks available for everyone to do. From staking plants, to installing mulch, to picking up debris, to weeding, to making plant labels, to pruning tree suckers, and much more, we have something that you would love to do.

When you love something as much as we all love camellias, it only makes sense to give back by volunteering our time and talents. We can assure you that you will find no better place to volunteer your time and talents that working with us along the Judge Arthur Solomon Camellia Trail. Our next schedule Work Day is always listed on the right hand side of this and every page of this site. We hope to see you on our next Work Day. Please feel free to invite a friend or two. We can never have too many volunteers. Thank you in advance for your much needed help.

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