Where we work
Based in New England, we can conduct projects in Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Maine.
- Southeast Land Trust of New Hampshire – Created a section of new trail, as well as improved existing trails, bridges, bog bridges, etc.
- Town of Stratham, NH – Constructed ½-mile of gravel accessible trail, as well as a series of bridges and boardwalks
- Blue Hills Reservation, MA (DCR) – Completed trail maintenance, as well as trail re-routes to improve trail system
- Block Island, RI (USFWS) – Invasive species removal
- Burnt Island, ME – Improved trail network, including bridges and rock work
- Town of North Providence RI – Constructed ½-mile of ADA accessible trail, 1 mile of natural surface trail, timber steps, and a 20′ x 8′ bridge
- Town of Durham, NH, Oyster River Town Forest – Constructed approx. 2000′ of ADA accessible trail, and a 8′ x 12′ bridge capable of carrying 10,000 lbs.
- Glassface Mountain, Rumford, ME – Designed and constructed a natural surface hiking trail to the summit of Mt. Glassface. Trail construction included rock stairs, retaining walls, bog bridges, and drainage features
- Rising Corner New England Trail Boardwalk, Southwick, MA– Installed a 220′ floating boardwalk through a wetland
- Campsite Construction, Connecticut Paddlers Trail – Built multiple campsites along the Connecticut River, including tent platforms, privy, staircases, kiosks, and natural surface trail access