ATC Trail Maintainer (NY)
Posted: August 06, 2019
Location: New York
Time Commitment: TBD
- Maintain a 4 foot wide by 8 foot tall trail corridor. This is accomplished by clipping tree limbs and brush, cutting back tall grass to allow for clearance.
- Renew or replace white blaze trail markers, using only the minimum number necessary.
- Work hand in hand with the corridor monitor for that area.
- Remove fallen trees that block the Trail, or report them so that a certified sawyer can remove them.
- Clear out any drains or water bars in assigned area.
- Pick up and pack out litter along the Trail and at overnight sites.
- Break up illegal fire rings, scatter rocks and ashes, and pack out any litter.
- Eliminate shortcuts and walk-arounds
- Report trail tread-way issues where the trail may need a rehab or possible reroute.
- Visit and attend to need on Trail at least two times a year, once in the Spring and once in the Fall.
- Capable of lifting at least 25 lbs.
- Hiking over rough terrain for varying distances, in variable weather conditions, with tools and essential hiking needs in a backpack.
- Trail maintenance distances vary based on assignment. Candidates must be able to hike variable distances, over uneven terrain, in changing weather conditions, carrying a backpack that weighs 20-25 lbs.
Contact Moe Lemire at [email protected].
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