Held at Faith United Methodist Church, the Annual Meeting started with a social hour at 5:00, followed by a potluck dinner. Dinner was followed by comittee reports and new officers […]
Some of our section members recently volunteered out at the GMC Headquarters to build some new tent platforms the Back 40 employee housing. Our members were able to build two […]
The GMC Burlington section recently tackled repairing the Puffer Shelter. The shelter got a new roof to keep hikers nice and dry.
Removed a blow down about 0.1 mile from Needle’s Eye, which had been reported in late winter. We also removed some smaller stuff nearby. Participants: Paul Beliveau, John Sharp.
Clipped and cleared branches and encroaching saplings. Improved drainages in a few places. Removed blowdowns and some dead leaners. Scott used the chainsaw six or seven times starting south of […]
Clipped branches, removed debris, and cleared drainages. Used the chainsaw to clear two large blowdowns. One was a large beech between the winter lot and the Trout Club that had […]
Removed debris, clipped branches, improved drainage. The trail was mostly clear. We cut one stepover blowdown about a quarter-mile south of Puffer with the chainsaw, and it was the only […]
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.
Four different groups did trail work from the Stevenville Road trailhead in Underhill: Butler Lodge, Wallace Cutoff, and LT to Overland ski trail Clipped branches and new growth, removed debris, […]
18 people met at the Richmond Park & Ride and divided into three groups. We spotted cars, then all went to West Bolton Notch. Upper Duck Brook and LT north […]
We are looking for enthusiastic members to fill open positions on the Burlington Section Executive Committee.
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.