CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — West Virginians can pitch in at state parks through the next two weeks under the "Day to Serve" initiative.
This is the second year the state has been part of a multi-state effort to encourage more volunteerism. The West Virginia Division of Natural Resources says the state parks are a great place to do your part.
At Cacapon Resort State Park, the Piney Ridge Trail needs a restoration, while trail work awaits volunteers at Blackwater Falls State Park. Also at Blackwater, a volunteer litter patrol will clean up around Pendleton Lake.
At Twin Falls State Park, volunteers can build or maintain biking trails.