Trail Maintenance Management
years old and up are employed to perform natural surface trail maintenance.
Individuals would work in a crew environment with a ratio of one adult crew
leader to 6-8 crewmembers. This work could include but not be limited to:
erosion control, vegetation management in the trail corridor, and maintenance of
typical trail structures like rock walls, small bridges, culverts and signs.
Participants should expect to hike long distances in remote areas with primitive
tools. Pending scope of work and skill set of individuals, participants could
work up to full time. Duration of employment could be limited to summer months
or seasonally as weather allows.
areas considered being gateway communities to US Forest, National and State
associated with typical trail maintenance equipment; use of personal protective
equipment; and experience working in a team environment.
Workforce Development, US Forest Service, National Park Service, Bureau of Land Management, Federal Highways Recreational Trails Program, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Bureau of Reclamation, US Army Corps of Engineers, US Fish and Wildlife Service. National Soil Conservation Service, State Parks, Department of Natural Resources, Division of Wildlife, Municipal Park and Recreation Departments, County Open Space Programs
Contact us if you have any questions or would like to discuss this further at General_Information@chinookassociatesllc.com
Recreational Trail Maintenance Management Recreational Trail Construction
Work At School Grounds and Landscape Maintenance Work At School Custodial Services
Mined Land Reclamation Non-Native Noxious Weed Management
Park and Grounds Maintenance Reforestation and Tree Planting
Timber Stand Improvement Wildland Fire Fuel Reduction
Development of Defensible Space Around Communities Forest Insect and Disease Control
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