On Wednesday, September 26, 2018, the Office of Audit and Compliance, together with Records Management and the President's Office, cleared the recently-flooded Old Mills Trail in Charlottesville, VA as a part of the annual United Way Day of Caring. Work included cutting down dead trees, weeding overgrown areas surrounding the trail, and cleaning up trash that had been washed in by floodwaters.
Courtney Shearer assists an artist in clearing an area next to the Old Mills Trail for an art installation during an upcoming festival.
Phil Stavropoulos, Steve Sherman, Jessie Graham, and Jessica Burgess discuss their findings after
cleaning up trash brought into the trail area by floodwaters.
Linda Freeman pulls on a dead tree as Dan Reid saws at its base.
Molly Castle cuts down dead stumps and vines.
Ralph Traylor and Steve Sherman work to move a large piece of wood that washed into a dead tree during a flood.