Project Leader: Heidi Brill Project Dates: February 2011-May 2011 Phone: 208.860.8728 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org 96 Brentwood Drive Tehachapi, CA 93561
Corps Member Training, near Oracle Arizona
Gathering with a full force of 8 SCA crews and running the ranks of Native Plant Corps, Trails, and TRACS, members learned the ins and outs of the SCA. Freshly trained in Wilderness First Aid, Leave No Trace ethics, basecamp setup, and SCA policy, the two Trail Crews then departed to begin work on the PCT in Southern California.
Workskills Training, PCT in Coyote Canyon, near Anza California
Joined by longtime SCA workskills guru Steve Hester, the two PCT Trail Crews set up camp in Coyote Canyon to learn the philosophies and techniques of trail structure and maintenance. Aside from an introduction to tools and projects, the crews were introduced to the variable weather of mountainous Southern California: sun, heat, hail, rain, snow, freezing temperatures and natural hot springs.
until next time,
2628’ trail restored
8 drain dips installed
66’ trail realigned
20 square feet rock retaining wall installed
25 square feet riprap installed
2 rock waterbars installed
3 rock check dams installed
1 rock landing created
4 large rock gargoyles installed