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SANTA FE — The Santa Fe National Forest is offering two trail clinics this fall that focus on repairing and building trailhead.
The clinics are a way to learn how trails are made and maintained and can add to a resume, create great networking opportunities and even provide for a good workout.
Participants should come prepared wearing long work pants, a lightweight, long- sleeved shirt, above-ankle boots and work gloves. Also, pack water and lunch for each clinic. The Forest Service will provide all tools and hard hats and a representative will be present at the workday to lead the projects. Choose any or all of the following Trail Clinic opportunities:
9 p.m.-3 p.m. Oct. 30: Participants will meet at the Los Alamos Forest Service office across the street from Starbucks. Participants will carpool to the trailhead, then construct a bench-cut trail on the Knapp Trail.
10 a.m.-2 p.m. Nov. 20: Participants will meet at the lower Winsor trailhead, then build retaining walls and tread re-establishment on lower Winsor Trail.
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