- Walk corridor boundaries 2 to 4 times per year
- Verify monuments along the corridor boundary
- Verify boundary markers signs along the corridor boundary
- Report evidence of trespassing and misuse; such as dumping, logging, ATVs, etc.
- Be alert to improvements/ideas that could prevent trespass
- Assist Corridor Manager in handling problems discovered
- Meet trail neighbors and easement holders annually
- Re-freshen painted blazes on boundary lines in consultation with corridor manager
- Submit yearly reports on condition of corridor to corridor manager
- Member of the New York-New Jersey Trail Conference
- Physically able to bushwhack through woods
- Map reading (surveyor and segment)
- Orienteering skills
- Ability to read a compass or use a GPS device
Trail Corridor Monitors monitor the boundaries of a section of the AT trail lands, maintaining boundary markings and reporting conditions to the land managers.
Training in both field and skills work will be provided by the Corridor Manager, or through attendance at a New York-New Jersey Trail Conference monitoring workshop .
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