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Project Details
Meeting Time and Place: Meet at Camp Location between 3-5pm August 19
Directions to Camp Location: Camping will be along Forest Road 137 in the Martinez Canyon area. Detailed directions will be distributed to registered volunteers prior to the project.
Contact: Volunteers contact the CDTC at (303)996-2759 or volunteer@continentaldividetrail.org
Vehicle Requirements: 2WD to meeting and camp location
Elevation: Camp and Work Site Elevation ranges from 6,900 feet – 8,030 feet
Weather: Prepare for the extremes of cold and heat and the possibility of high wind and thunderstorms.
Hiking Distance: Easy-Moderate. Hike up to 2 miles on uneven ground, up to 1000′ elevation gain or loss and carry up to 2 tools.
Work Difficulty: Easy-Moderate. Digging trail tread, clearing brush, installing trail signage. Some steep drainages, mostly rolling grades.
Map: Carson National Forest Map
Nearest Town: Canjilon, NM
What’s Provided: Tools, project materials, work site supervision, qualified 1st aid personnel, safety equipment, meals and water.
Food and Water: Meals will be provided beginning with dinner on the first night as we have secured amazing volunteer cooks for this project. Remember to bring your dishware and eating utensils. You need to have capacity to carry 3-4 quarts water to worksite per day. Potable water will be available at the campsite.
What to Bring: See Recommended Gear List.
Camping Information: Undeveloped car camping, portable toilet on site

Travel Resources
Airport: Albuquerque International Airport
Pre/Post Project Camping: Campgrounds throughout Carson NF OR at camping location

Community Resources
Local Emergency Contact: New Mexico State Police Chama (575) 756-2343 or 911
Chamber of Commerce: Chama Chamber of Commerce: http://www.chamavalley.com/
Hospital: El Centro Family Health Chama, NM(575)756-2143
Outdoor Retailers: Mudd-N-Flood-Taos www.muddnflood.com,

Daily Schedule
Day 1 Friday August 19,2016
3-5pm Arrive at camping location
4-6pm Set up camp
6-7pm Dinner
7-8pm Project Orientation and Introductions

Days 2,3 Saturday + Sunday August 20/21, 2016
7-8am Breakfast
8-8:15 Work Objectives / Safety Talk
8:15-12pm Work on the Trail
12-1pm Lunch
1-4pm Work on the Trail
4-5pm Return to Camp
6-7pm Dinner

Day 4 Monday August 24, 2015

7-8am Breakfast
8-12pm Work on the Trail
12-1pm Return to camp / Lunch
1-3pm Pack up camp

*Day 2 from 8-9am will include a one-hour safety briefing covering tool use and job hazard analysis

Project scope and work may change due to land agency planning and funding.
Schedules are flexible and dependant on the condition and energy level of the volunteers. Frequent breaks are encouraged. CDTC encourages volunteers to work within their limitations and take care of themselves during the project. Please check the weather in your project area prior to leaving for the project and pack accordingly