Stewardship Training, Maintenance

 

Wild Alabama Connecting People to their Wild Places in Alabama!

<p> The project location includes the Talladega National Forest and the Cheaha and Dugger Mountain Wilderness areas within that Forest. There is a 138 mile Pinhoti Trail through the Talladega that Wild Alabama has a signed volunteer agreement to organize volunteers and help maintain. Also another 12 miles of trails within the Wilderness areas. The towns nearby include Anniston, Oxford, Talladega, and others in Alabama.</p>

This project will involve the organization of 150+ volunteers to do trail work on the following trails: 138 miles of the Pinhoti Trail (the longest trail in Alabama) that is within the Talladega National Forest, 50+ miles of trails within the Sipsey Wilderness area, and 20+ miles of trails within the Cheaha Wilderness area.


Applicant: Wild Alabama
Project Location: Pinhoti Trail in the Talladega National Forest and the Cheaha and Dugger Mountain Wilderness areas within that Forest
Amount Awarded: $10,000.00

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