Youth Trailwork Skills Weekend
MYTaSC and the Maine Conservation Corps are hosting a Youth Trailwork Skills Weekend October 1-2 in Grafton Notch State Park. An MCC Field Team will be working on the Eyebrow Trail. Participants will split into small groups to learn about the different steps in building stone structures on an actual field site.

We will meet in the parking lot for the A.T. and Eyebrow Trail at 9:00 AM on October 1 for orientation. We will then hike to the work site. The Eyebrow trail is quite steep so be prepared for a challenging hike - We will be back at the parking lot at 4:30. Youth ages 14-15 can participate with an adult chaperone and youth ages 16-18 can participate with signed consent from their guardian.

Tools and safety gear will be provided. All participants must wear long pants and boots. Please also bring your own work gloves, food, water and appropriate layers.

MYTaSC participants can stay overnight at the MCC campsite in Grafton Notch State Park. It will be tent camping with a firepit, picnic tables and privy. All overnight participants in high school must have an adult chaperone.

Sunday participants can hike in Grafton Notch State Park. There are multiple open summits and waterfalls and hikes of varying degrees of difficulty.

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Participants aged 14-15 need an adult chaperone, 16-18 can participate with signed permission from their guardian.
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