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This trail project will include a variety of activities such as brushing back and clearing vegetation from the trail surface. General maintenance and repairs of trail benches. General maintenance and repairs of trail boardwalks and bridges. These tasks will require the use of regular and power hand tools such as power string trimmers, saws, drills, shovels, rakes, pruners, and trimmers.Find out more »
The Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse Outstanding Natural Area is the BLM’s most easterly unit of the National Conservation Lands. The site, known for its namesake lighthouse, was designated by congress in 2008 for the protection and enhancement of various resources – including recreation. The 120-acre site is located in the highly urbanized south Florida atlantic coastline, just 1/4 mile from the Atlantic Ocean. The site itself is visited by over 100,000 people each year to engage in everything from fishing to…Find out more »
South Cumberland State Park is a situated on the beautiful Cumberland Plateau, a flat-topped mountain with rugged canyons rimed in sandstone cliffs. Our park is regionally well known for its wilderness situation and for the miles of hiking and backpacking trails that we have. Our trails are very rugged and not accessible for all users, so when we recently acquired new land, we immediately started a trail building project that will fill a new niche for our users. The Sherwood…Find out more »
The AHS crew will help maintain existing trails and boardwalks and help reroute an existing trail that is currently being threatened by erosion of the bluff.Find out more »
Volunteers will join the Buckeye Trail Crew as they head into Wayne National Forest to relocate the BT and North Country National Scenic Trail connecting the historic Village of Shawnee through rugged terrain to the Upstream Rock Run reclamation project. Join us to expand and improve the trail's offerings to residents and visitors to the Buckeye Trail Town through the scenic hills of Appalachian Ohio's Little Cities of Black Diamonds region. We will be digging the trail tread with hand…Find out more »
Volunteers will help create new trails and maintain existing trails in the Champlain Area Trails (CATS) network of trails. Tasks may include building simple infrastructure like water bars, small bridges, etc., as well as clearing brush and small trees. CATS will provide the tools for the project.Find out more »
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…Find out more »
This project is focused on trail maintenance, conservation, education and fun! Our primary focus will be clearing and grooming an established seven mile passage of The Palmetto Trail through a beautiful civil war era rail line. Volunteers can expect tasks such as lopping, light raking and minimal brush clearing while becoming familiar with some of South Carolina's beautiful wildlife, history and most important, The Palmetto Trail. Volunteers will become familiar with and utilize tools such as loppers, rakes and hand…Find out more »
This project will expand hiking trails within a public access area of mature hardwood forest in the 325-acre Tom’s Run Preserve (TRP), a conserved natural area owned and managed by West Virginia Land Trust. Located on the outskirts of Morgantown, the state’s most rapidly growing metropolitan area, the preserve hosts over 2 miles of wooded hiking trails, and offers tremendous potential as a public greenspace for non-motorized outdoor recreation. Trails in Tom's Run Preserve wind through a sloping wooded area…Find out more »
Volunteers will clear blowdowns and brush along the wilderness section of the Border Route Trail (BRT) within the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness in northeastern Minnesota’s Superior National Forest. The BRT is a remote, 65 mile footpath and part of the North Country National Scenic Trail which spans 4,600 miles from North Dakota to Vermont. The wilderness section covers 36 mile through the BWCA and is maintained by using hand saws and loppers to clear the 4′ x 8′ corridor…Find out more »