Looking for Volunteers
ALDHA will be conducting Two Boundary Work Trips this coming spring and we are in need of about 12 volunteers for each trip.
We need smiling volunteers willing to bushwhack along the boundary of the A.T. to help with our effort to protect the Appalachian Trail. Work involves walking the boundary line cutting back vegetation, painting yellow blazes, and locating survey markers.
We'll try to have a comfortable place for you to rest your head at night and meals will be funded by ALDHA. Speaking of which, a volunteer cook will also be needed!
The camaraderie is great and you’ll leave knowing that you gave back to the trail.
For the March 28-30, 2019 trip, we’ll be staying at the PATC Blackburn Trail Center, Virginia.
From May 8-10, 2019 we'll be working in the Harriman State Park, NY.
If interested, contact ALDHA Work Trip Coordinator - Ron Bungay at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 410.627.6367
Yellow Shoes would love to hear from you.