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Category Archives: Section news
The Burlington Section (Paul Beliveau, Dave Hathaway, Ted Albers) and five other GMC volunteers from various sections completed a three-day chain saw training conducted by David Birdsall from Northeast Woodland Training based in Middletown Springs VT. The GMC sponsored the training.Continue reading
The Burlington Section of the GMC will hold its annual meeting via zoom on Saturday Evening, January 22nd, starting at 5:30 PM. All are welcome! Continue reading
We are looking for enthusiastic members to fill open positions on the Burlington Section Executive Committee. Continue reading
Many thanks to the UVM Outing club and GMC volunteers who hauled a dozen packs of metal roofing to Puffer, among the least accessible shelters on the LT.
Thanks to many volunteers, the Burlington section trails are in great shape!
Looking for a different way to explore the Long Trail? Go sideways! Continue reading