Enjoy a week of monitoring and maintaining the boundaries of the land that helps to preserve the Appalachian Trail. This public land is the backbone of the largest natural corridor that remains east of the Mississippi River, creating a haven and migration path for humans and animals alike. Maintaining the boundaries of this land helps to protect it from encroachments such as motorized vehicles and timber theft.
Be sure to bring the following items: a personal tent, sleeping bag and pad, cup/bowl/eating utensils,long pants, sturdy boots, snacks, sunscreen, bug spray, work gloves, a mask, hand sanitizer, water bottles, and full body rain gear,as well as any other personal items.
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