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Based on current estimates, the cost to replace all four fields is $4 million; however, with the possibility of matching donations, dollar for dollar, we have the opportunity to provide incredible new amenities and upgrades as we undergo necessary maintenance to the park, as well as a rebranding.

AMENITIES • UPGRADES • MAINTENANCE

  • New turf with a cooler organic infill
  • Shade and rain structures for fans and players
  • Parking lot sealing and striping
  • Security cameras for improved safety
  • Lawn mowing equipment

WE NEED NEW FIELDS

With thousands of people at the park every weekend during the season, these fields are dominated by hundreds of eager competitors. The park is enjoyed by 125,000 people annually, but when visited by other teams, we are asked "what's all that black stuff...?"
The answer is rubber.

Typically not as prominent, ours is heavily visible due to a failure in our turf "grass blades" which began to deteriorate only a few years into its life. Rubber is a common and inexpensive "infill" used in synthetic turf.
We are happy to say that our future is much brighter!
We plan to replace the turf and include an organic, light-colored product like a cork/sand combo or coconut, odorless, shock absorbent, and recyclable. This organic infill will increase our usage in the hot months, lessen the risk of abrasions, stay where it belongs, and reduce the odor compared to rubber.

The combination of new turf and a new brand will attract sponsors, advertisers, teams and spectators from all over the world, providing a positive economic impact for the community.
 
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Send $ Amount to: 916-823-TURF (8873)

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‚Äč9800 Old Oregon Trail, Redding, CA 96003

 

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