Service Day at Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site

SCA’s New Hampshire Conservation Corps, with some help from SCA staff, spent the day at Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site in Cornish New Hampshire, replacing sills supporting a 10-year old wooden bridge. NHCC has been at the Saint-Gaudens for several weeks, building bog bridges, shown here, and doing other important trail maintenance tasks at this extensive woodland site. The SCA crew is camping and will return to their residential site in Bear Brook New Hampshire next week.

St. Gaudens

New Bog Bridge

Planning

More Planning

 

Cable

Chainsaw

Rotten Sills

Jacking up the bridge

Amber the Trail Dog