TRAIL MAINTENANCE AT PLEASANT MOUNTAIN, BRIDGTON MAINE

Date: Monday, September 27, 8:30 am - Monday, September, 27, 2:00 pm

Volunteer work trails at the Maine Woods near Little Lyford.Trail Maintenance at Pleasant Mountain, Bridgton Maine. Where to meet: TBD. Type of work: easy maintenance, trimming vegetation, cleaning water bars, remove rocks, etc. Maine Trails can supply tools, but if you have your own please bring your own. Please bring your own trail work gloves, water, snack, wear appropriate clothing (long pants/long sleeve shirt, boots, hat), sunscreen, bug spray, etc. COVID RULES: We will be observing all the COVID19 precautions specified by AMC for this group activity and the CDC.

Activity Categories: Conservation
Region: Maine, Western
Leader: Phil Coyne
Co-Leader: Rod MacKay
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Trail Work & Boundary Work at Medawisla Lodge

Date: Friday, October 8, 5:00 pm - Monday, October, 11, 9:00 am

Boundary work crew with Steve TatkoJoin us for a fun weekend of trail work and boundary work in Maine's beautiful 100-mile wilderness. We will be hiking, bushwhacking, clearing trails, painting boundary lines, and enjoying the scenery and great food at Medawisla Lodge. Contact Steph Lynch (hello@stephlynch.com) for any questions.

Activity Categories: Hiking
Adult Member Fee: $110
Location: Medawisla Lodge, Greenville, ME
Region: Maine, Inland
Status: Full
Leader: Stephanie Lynch , David Lynch
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20's & 30's: Portland Trails: Trail Maintenance

Date: Sunday, October 17, 1:00 pm - Sunday, October, 17, 5:00 pm

Cutler Work TripJoin us for an afternoon of trail maintenance at Portland Trails! This event is co-hosted by Maine's AMC Young Members. All are welcome to join, but people in their 20s and 30s are especially encouraged to turn out, meet each other, and give back to the Portland Trails network we all use and love. Afterward, everyone interested can head out together for a social drink and snack. Portland Trails is a nonprofit urban land trust that makes Greater Portland a healthier and better-connected community through a 70+ mile trail network, and we'll spend a few hours helping them out together. Type of work: easy maintenance, trimming vegetation, cleaning water bars, remove rocks, etc. Maine Chapter can supply tools, but if you have your own please bring your own. Please bring your own trail work gloves, water, snack, wear appropriate clothing (long pants/long sleeve shirt, boots, hat), sunscreen, bug spray, etc. Depending on COVID rules at that time Trail Volunteers may also need to bring hand sanitizer and a mask and be willing to wear that mask during the event if asked to by the trip leader. Afterwards if there's interest we can grab a snack and beverage.

Activity Categories: Conservation, Social Events
Location: Portland Maine
Region: Maine, Southern and Mid-Coast
Leader: Phil Coyne
Co-Leader: Steven Profaizer
Registration is required for this activity.

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