Ramapo Trail Crew

Ramapo Trail Crew
North Jersey
buttercup falls

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Frequency:

June through mid-October; Every Thursday - Monday

About the Ramapo Trail Crew

The Ramapo Trail Crew will be working on rehabilitating trails at the Ramapo Valley County Reservation.

If you're a student at Ramapo College this work site is walking distance from your campus! Working at this site would provide an opportunity for you to stop by the Darlington School House, headquarters of the New York-New Jersey Trail Conference. If you enjoy working outdoors, meeting new dogs, and want to learn more about how sustainable trails are built, come out and join our Conservation Corps Crew! There are plenty of opportunities for you to get out there and have some fun on the trail with us!

Work trips are led by the Trail Conference's on-staff field manager and Conservation Corps members.

Where we work

The 2018 Ramapo Trail Crew will be working in Ramapo Valley County Reservation.

Training

No experience is necessary.

We provide on-site training for each worktrip.  

Check out our Trail U Workshop schedule for specialized courses being offered near you!

Learn More

See what the other Trail Conference Conservation Corps crews are working on and learn more about how you can get involved!

Register to Join Us!

You can join our Conservation Corps Crews every Thursday-Monday from 8:30-5:00, through mid-October.  Feel free to come out for the whole day or just a few hours – every bit helps make a huge difference. Please register online so the crew will have safety gear and equipment for you; events go live for registration about a week in advance.                 

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Upcoming Work Trips

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News

Stone arch bridge over Seely Brook in Goosepond Mountain State Park. Photo by Marty Costello.
Long Distance Trails Crew Completes Stone Arch Bridge

The repaired stone arch bridge over Seely Brook greatly improves safety and trail experiences in

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