Greenspace Capture Team Preview

Functional and enjoyable pedestrian traffic is one of the most fundamental parts of any great city. So when a group of motivated individuals identified a need for a cleaner, greener, and more walkable downtown, the Greenspace Capture Team was formed!

Capture Team Focus Area:

By recruiting and leveraging community volunteers and available resources, the Greenspace CT is able to take strides towards reaching their goal. While any project is accomplished through a series of smaller efforts, they make sure to keep their end goal in mind at all times. By using green infrastructure, mapping, and native plantings wherever possible, they hope to create continuous greenspace stops throughout the city.

What type of volunteers are we looking for?

Passionate, hard working individuals who love and respect the environment.

Don’t have a green thumb? No problem!

No gardening experience is necessary. 

Recent Accomplishment:

Main Street Greenways trail planning grant, Adopt A Highway, Lowe’s Hometown Heroes Project at the Johnstown Train Station, PNG Park meadow restoration, pet friendliness stations, and trail overhauls using native plants at the Jim Mayer Trail and the Urban Greenway Trail.  They also recently planted over 1,000 tulip, daffodil, and crocus bulbs in Central Park which will  result in a bright and vibrant bloom next spring!

Highlighted Upcoming Event:

The Greenspace team works hand in hand with the Bikes and Trails team and will be working together to complete the restoration of the Inclined Bike Trails.

Every Saturday from 10:30 am to 12:00 pm :

Inclined Bike Trails Work Day – meet at the bottom of the Inclined Plane in Downtown Johnstown

All materials and tools are provided. Simply bring warm clothes and a “can-do” attitude!

                       Get Involved Now!                          

2 thoughts on “Greenspace Capture Team Preview

  1. Thank you Vision 2025 Marketing Team! We will meet this Saturday, December 9th at 10:00 at the top of the Inclined Plane Trail on Edgehill Dr. to gather ideas for native plantings to enhance erosion control and make the trail more vibrant and welcoming. Please join us and bring your ideas.

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