ATC Volunteer Steward (NY)
Posted: August 06, 2019
Location: New York
Time Commitment: TBD
- Collecting up and removing trash.
- Breaking up fire rings that are not in designated locations and ensuring that there is one fire ring per campsite.
- Discussing proper trail ethics with users and encouraging them to continue to protect our public lands.
- A minimum of two visits a year to each campsite. Preferably in the beginning of the Spring and the end of Summer.
- Being a an educational representative on busy section of the Trail and in parking lots on particularly high use days such as on holiday weekend during the Spring and Summer.
- Capable of lifting at least 25lbs.
- The ability to hike over rough terrain for varying distances.
- The ability and willingness to effectively communicate Leave No Trace Principles to Trail visitors.
- Volunteer Steward locations vary based on assignment. Candidates must be able to hike variable distances, over uneven terrain, in changing weather conditions, carrying a backpack that weighs 10-20 lbs.
- Candidates must also be able to navigate and educate amongst groups at well trafficked trailheads/campsites.
Contact Moe Lemire at [email protected].
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