1. Santanoni Historic Area
On the last hitch before break, the Santanoni crew's main focus was a 23 foot bridge constructed out of rustic timber. The bridge took the better part of 8 days, but the crew still had time two build two additional bridges at 16 and 12 feet, remove overgrowth from a nearby helipad, and brush an access road.
2. Wilmington Wild Forest
This hitch at Wilmington, the crew built over 2000 feet of new trail and maintained an additional 5000 feet of existing trails. They also installed three rock water bars.
3. Northville-Placid Trail at Lake Durant
The project at NPT was a wet one. The crew was working on salvaging a boardwalk that was almost entirely under a foot or two of water. They pulled up over 250 feet of existing boardwalk in order to replace it with structures that would keep the trail out of the water. All said and done, the crew constructed approximately 250 feet of bog bridges and boardwalk!
4. West Canada Lakes Wilderness Area
Working out of a lean-to on the beautiful Spruce Lake, this crew built 6 bridges in 7 days, including a 25 footer, without the use of chainsaws, working only with the traditional tools of axes and crosscut saws. Due to a slight miscommunication, the crew had to hike out early, but they put themselves to good use and were welcomed with open arms by their fellow corps members at the NPT work site.