While there are plenty of unsettling aspects with this public health crisis, one potential silver lining to the downtime could be the opportunity to move ahead with on-field renovation or facility projects. This extended time with no one using your fields presents a chance to do things that are difficult, or impossible, to accomplish during the season. That usually means working on these projects in the fall or early spring.
With fall timing running up against the calendar and cold weather, and spring timing facing an already lengthy to-do list with practices and games looming, these projects often fall to the wayside as time marches on.
Below are suggestions for ways you can take advantage of no one being on your fields.