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Tom Lamb
42:17
If not speaking, please mute.
Jan Onan
43:06
Please list the 2 books in this chat if possible
Bill Bryant
44:44
check the Trail Maintenance page on our website...links are there
Stephen Eren
50:52
Maintainer handbook from ATC and Trail Construction and Maintanance from the AMC....I believe, I will double check the second one shortly.
Tom Lamb
57:37
Appalachian Trail Design, Construction, and Maintenance
Courtney Akinosho
58:09
The information IS available on the website but was not necessarily easy to find. If allowed, I can provide a link to the page on the website.
Tom Lamb
58:28
Please do
Courtney Akinosho
58:40
https://georgia-atclub.org/member-s-page/club-activity-areas/trail-maintenance-101
Bill Bryant
59:04
see Member Features, Trail Maintenance 101 section
Colleen
59:10
Thank you!
Tom Lamb
59:35
Unfortunately at this time, this page is in the member area, so non members can’t access it. We are in process of changing this.
Stephen Eren
01:21:30
that is the first book if anyone needs it. Also fee free to email me for a hard copy.
Tip Ray
01:36:34
Nice job, Morgan.
Bill Bryant
01:36:53
Stephen, can you provide the text for your two articles..if so, we can add to our maintenance page info
Darleen Jarman
01:44:53
GATC's great blazing controversary was in 1994.
Phillip Hodges
01:47:46
Very few hikers know they are in a wilderness area, and there is little signage that would help them know that. And even if they did know, they don't know what it means.
Jan Onan
01:47:54
how can we better educate new hikers about wilderness and map orientation
Colleen
01:48:07
How would you explain what a Wilderness Area is/means to a novice hiker?
Jan Onan
01:48:55
I agree, less is more