CarriageTowneNews.com, Kingston, NH

October 25, 2012

Basic Trail Maintenance


Carriage Towne News

---- — BRENTWOOD – On Thurs., November 1, 7:00 -9:00 p.m.,, the Brentwood Trails Committee is hosting a free talk about what is included in doing basic trail maintenance by Jeremy Burns from the Bear Brook State Park Student Conservation Association. Join us at the Brentwood Community Center #190 RT 125. Doors open at 6:30 p.m.

In his role as NH corps Conservation Manager, Jeremy supports the crews during the conservation field season program from training in the spring to crew support in the field throughout the season. Jeremy also supports the SCA Manchester program throughout the school year and summer field season. He grew up in a small farm town in central NY and has worked on trails and with youth and young adults throughout the woods of the northeast. Jeremy has associates degrees in Natural Resource Conservation and Environmental Conservation Law Enforcement and a B.A. in Environmental Planning and Management. His introduction to SCA was serving on a crew in Alaska building trails. Jeremy also has served as an Americorps member while leading trail crews with the Maine Conservation Corps.

This presentation should be of interest to trail maintainers, trail users, young adult students, recreation/conservation land managers, and landowners.

Please RSVP so the committee can plan refreshments and any handouts. Contact Debbie Briscoe 603-778-3987 or e-mail at brentwoodtrails@aol.com.

Directions: Brentwood Community Center, #190 RT 125: look for the sign – it’s the driveway opposite Gigante Park business complex.

Going north on Rte 125, go through the lights at junction Rte 125/111A: second building on left after fire station; going south on Rte 125, it’s the building on right after Brentwood Power Equipment.