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May 2019

Stanislaus National Forest

May 12 - May 18
Stanislaus National Forest, 24545 State Highway 120, Groveland, California 95321 United States + Google Map
$195 - $350 10 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 Sold out

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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Makoshika State Park

May 26 - June 1
Makoshika State Park, 1301 Snyder Av, Glendive, Montana 59330 United States + Google Map
$195 - $350 1 ticket left

Makoshika State Park is Montana's largest state park as it totals almost 12,000 acres in size. The park has 11 designated trails, visitor center, campground, PDGA disc golf course, archery range, pavilion for rent, and outdoor amphitheater that seats over 200 people. The park receives almost 100,000 visitors a year and in 2017 won the USA Today Best Montana Attraction award. One of the park's main attractions is dinosaurs. Over 10 different species of dinosaur fossils have been found in…

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June 2019

Tom’s Run Preserve

June 2 - June 9
Tom’s Run Preserve, 39 Arbogast Lane, Morgantown, West Virginia 26508 United States + Google Map
$225 - $350 9 spots available

This project will expand the public hiking trails within Elizabeth’s Woods, a mature hardwood forest in a 325-acre conserved natural area called Tom’s Run Preserve -- 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 Elizabeth’s Woods wind through a sloping wooded area and…

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Chugach National Forest

June 2 - June 7
Chugach National Forest, 145 Forest Station Road, Girdwood, Alaska 99587 United States + Google Map
$195 - $350 3 spots available

Invasive weed control is a vital and ongoing effort on the Chugach National Forest! We have relatively few infestations, thus our work in controlling weeds has a huge impact. Volunteers will be traveling via train (no additional fee) to Spencer Glacier and Lake area to control dandelions and other non-natives along trails and developed sites. Work will consist of a 4-mile hike with 1,500' elevation gain. The crew will stay at Spencer until Wednesday before departing to camp at Porcupine…

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Norskedalen Nature and Heritage Center

June 9 - June 15
Norskedalen Nature & Heritage Center, N455 O. Ophus Road, Coon Valley, Wisconsin 54623 United States + Google Map
$195 - $350 2 spots available

Norskedalen is a Nature & Heritage Center dedicated to preserving the Norwegian Culture and the Natural environment found in Wisconsin's Driftless Area. Nine+ miles of established hiking trails need maintenance after two years of massive flood damage. In addition, there are three new trails ready for development. New trails are following old logging trails and deer paths; while the 'trail' is naturally marked at this point, there will be heavy work involved in clearing brush and trees. Established trails needing…

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California Coastal National Monument, Trinidad Coastline

June 9 - June 15
California Coastal National Monument, Trinidad Coastline, 380 Janis Court, Trinidad, California 95570 United States + Google Map
$195 - $350 Sold out

Volunteers will work on two public trails to spectacular beaches along the Trinidad coastline in northern California, where the redwoods meet the Pacific Ocean. These are amazing ocean front public use areas that highlight the California Coastal National Monument’s offshore rocks and islands, coastal forests, sand bluffs and shoreline tidepools. We will repair and replace trail steps on the Luffenholtz State Beach park trails and the nearby Baker Beach public trails. Both areas are used by the pubic to reach…

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San Juan Islands National Monument, Lopez Island

June 16 - June 22
San Juan Islands National Monument, Lopez Island, 148 Odlin Park Road, Lopez Island, Washington 98261 United States + Google Map
$225 - $350 Sold out

Volunteers will perform trail maintenance, noxious weeds eradication, and recreation site maintenance. The crew will be transported to and from base camp to the work areas via carpools and or boat with minimal hiking involved. Dependent on the weather, projects may be performed on outer islands. Volunteers will be engaged with a handful of other agency representatives in the SJI and also working outside of BLM lands. It takes an island and we all share when we can!

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Kenai National Wildlife Refuge

June 16 - June 22
Kenai National Wildlife Refuge, Skilak Lake Road, Cooper Landing, Alaska 99572 United States + Google Map
$195 - $350 Sold out

Project work will occur on Skilak Lookout Trail (2 miles), located within the Skilak Wildlife Recreation Area. Work will include routine brushing of the trail corridor as well as 1-2 enhancement/construction projects. Projects may include 1) constructing short trail re-routes, switchbacks or climbing turns, 2) construction of rock or timber stairs and/or 3) construction and/or rehabilitation of erosion control or drainage structures.

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July 2019

Custer Gallatin National Forest

July 7 - July 13
Custer Gallatin National Forest, 620 HWY 212, Cooke City, Montana 59020 United States + Google Map
$225 - $350 Sold out

This project consists of general trail clearing and maintenance on trails in the Clark's Fork River drainage and the beartooth plateau on the Custer Gallatin National Forest in the Cooke City, MT area. Trail clearing and maintenance includes clearing downed trees across trails, cleaning of water bars, and removing trailside brush using primitive tools such as crosscut saws, axes, shovels, pulaski's, and loppers. Maintenance may also include some work repairing or installing new trail structures such as turnpikes or puncheons.…

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