This year the MOC Trail Crew
mainly focused on Adams Creek Trail, Coppermine Trail, and Toms Creek Trail. Their largest project was building a new 37 foot span bridge across Adams Creek. Each year the Crew does an amazing project similar to this.
On Coppermine Trail they reconstructed & reinforced the stone footings for the Coppermine Bridge, replaced bog bridges, and redefined the entrance and trailbed.
It is now much easier to see where the Coppermine Trail branches off from the Appalachian Trail. Thank you!
The Crew also completed trail assessments at the beginning of the season and rebuilt Tom's Creek Trail's trailbed & rehabbed a culvert.
Beyond all the Mohican Trail Crew's hard work out on the trails they a
lso know how to reward their volunteers with great food especially in November. November is the last month of the Crew's season where all the volunteers who have put in at least 20 hours feast on a fine Pre-Thanksgiving meal. See for yourself!
This is also a special time when the volunteers with 20 hours or more get rewarded with a t-shirt or more as part of AMC's Stewardship Society
. This year the following volunteers who gave 96-223 hours were receipients of the Marian Pychowska Award: