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March 2019

Coronado National Forest, Arizona National Scenic Trail

March 24 - March 30
Coronado National Forest, Arizona National Scenic Trail, 3252 Hwy 82, Sonoita, Arizona 85637 United States + Google Map
$225 - $350 Sold out

The Arizona National Scenic trail travels 800 miles across the state of Arizona between the Mexican border and Utah. It highlights the diversity of wild landscapes in Arizona from the iconic Sonoran desert to deep ponderosa forests. This project is taking place on the Coronado National Forest, in the Canelo Hills of southern Arizona. The Canelo Hills West passage of the trail is the second passage north of the border and crosses low, grassy hills between the Huachuca and Santa…

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San Juan Island, Mount Ben Preserve and Mount Grant Preserve

March 31 - April 6
San Juan Island, Mount Ben Preserve and Mount Grant Preserve, 328 Caines Street, Friday Harbor, Washington 98250 United States + Google Map
$195 - $350 Sold out

We will be constructing a new hiker only trail on the Mount Ben Preserve located on San Juan Island. The Preserve straddles the southern shoulder of the Island's highest ridge - Mount Dallas. The trail climbs approximately 450 vertical feet and is .75 mile in length with potential to connect to other trails in the future. The trail begins in a forested area with some fantastic old growth Douglas fir specimens and ascends into meadows with sweeping views of distant…

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April 2019

Blue Ridge Center for Environmental Stewardship

April 28 - May 4
Blue Ridge Center for Environmental Stewardship, 11661 Harpers Ferry Rd, Purcellville, Virginia 20132 United States + Google Map
$225 - $350 Sold out

Volunteers will work on trail maintenance at the Blue Ridge Center for Environmental Stewardship. Tasks may include re-vegetation, repairing of bridges, repairing existing trails and/or making new trails as well as making trails sustainable. Volunteers may also have the opportunity to help out on organic farm. Other projects may include minor building maintenance (i.e., painting, repairing), and sprucing up of the grounds.

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Cumberland Trail State Scenic Trail

April 28 - May 4
Cumberland Trail State Scenic Trail, 267 Glyph PKWY, Pikeville, Tennessee 37367 United States + Google Map
$225 - $350 2 spots available

The Cumberland Trail State Scenic Trail (CTSST) is a backcountry hiking trail that extends from a northern terminus at Cumberland Gap National Historical Park across eleven Tennessee counties along the Cumberland Plateau, to a southern terminus at Signal Point, part of Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park in Signal Mountain, Tennessee. Of 322+ planned miles of trail, over 215 miles are currently open for public use. When complete, the trail will connect three national Parks, three Tennessee State Parks, five…

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Tejon Ranch Conservancy

April 28 - May 4
Tejon Ranch Conservancy, 1037 Bear Trap Road, Lebec, California 93243 United States + Google Map
$195 - $350 Sold out

At the southern tip of the Sierra Nevada in California, Tejon Ranch Conservancy is a non-profit organization that manages the conservation easement for 90% of Tejon Ranch. Thirty-six miles of Pacific Crest Trail are planned for reroute from the desert floor to the 6,800' forested mountaintops of the ranch. While the main PCT reroute is still several years away, there is need for completing adjacent amenities, access, and stewardship projects in anticipation of the new trail, including creating a primitive…

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May 2019

Big South Fork National River & Recreation Area

May 5 - May 11
Big South Fork National River & Recreation Area, 151 Stable Road, Oneida, Tennessee 37841 United States + Google Map
$195 - $350 4 spots available

Volunteers will replace an existing bridge on the trail. They will use handsaws, shovels, hammers, rakes, etc. An existing bridge must be removed prior to the start of actual construction of the new bridge.

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Grand Canyon-Parashant National Monument

May 12 - May 18
Grand Canyon-Parashant National Monument, 345 East Riverside Drive, St. George, Utah 84770 United States + Google Map
$195 - $350 Sold out

This project will help improve three trails (Mt. Trumbull, Nampaweap, Mt. Logan) within a 10 mile area. The Mt. Trumbull and Mt. Logan trails are in designated Wilderness Areas. These trails would likely receive more visitors if the trails were in better condition. Volunteers would help improve outstanding recreation opportunities on these two trails by moving small blown down trees from a recent wildfire and brushing back vegetation overgrowth on the trail. The Mt. Logan Overlook trail would be especially…

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Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge, Gateway National Recreation Area

May 12 - May 18
Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge, Gateway National Recreation Area, 175-10 Crossbay Blvd, Broad Channel, New York 11693 United States + Google Map
$195 - $350 12 spots available

Volunteers will be helping to put finishing touches on our newly re-opened Terrapin Trail at the Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge. Work has been done previously to cut a new trail through an area that has been overgrown since Hurricane Sandy in 2012. The Terrapin trail will provide access to a key habitat at the Wildlife Refuge and allow researchers and visitors alike to monitor nesting diamondback terrapins during the late spring, and early summer nesting season.

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Stanislaus National Forest

May 12 - May 18
Stanislaus National Forest, 24545 State Highway 120, Groveland, California 95321 United States + Google Map
$195 - $350 11 spots available

In 2013, the catastrophic Rim Fire burned over 257,000 acres of the Forest, including over 20 miles of hiking trails and the need to plant over 7.5 million trees. We are in the forth year of the recovery process and need help with trail reconstruction including replacing features like water bars, steps, and in many cases re-benching the trails. Erosion, rock slides, noxious weeds, and downed trees are impacting the integrity and use of the trails and need to be…

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Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness, Superior National Forest

May 16 - May 24
Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness, 2020 W. Highway 61, Grand Marais, Minnesota 55604 United States + Google Map
$225 - $350 9 spots available

Volunteers will help maintain sections of the “Kek” that are in dire need of basic maintenance work because of prior windstorms that severely damaged the trail. This entails using hand tools to remove blowdowns and clear brush from the trail corridor. We will be working on the easternmost 15 miles of the “Kek” within the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness and the worksite will be very remote. The most difficult tasks will be 1) portaging 9 times on the way…

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