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3N59A (Luna Mountain Trail)
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The AAT program is a very exciting and rewarding program. It involves volunteering a few days a year to do trail maintenance (a trail of our choosing). With volunteering, you are given access to cabins in the Big Bear area, free camping at designated sites, training, key access, and much more.

Does this interest you? If you enjoy the trails in socal and want to do something to make sure they stay open, this is a good chance to do that. Mattmainster has setup a special part of the forum for AAT use. Please contact him and let him know you need access.

List of those interested:

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Please contact Mattmainster so he can give you access to the socalfjcruisforums' special section (http://socalfjcruiserforums.com/forums/index.php?board=29.0"]SoCal FJ Adopt a Trail Program (AAT)[/URL])


I've just received the Agreement for Sponsored Voluntary Services and I'm in the process of filling out the form. If you wish to participate, I need your full name and a phone number. Please email me those info and if you will your screen name so I can make the connection :). My email address is in my profile.

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Thank you guys :). cereso2, all you need to do is be willing to spends some time to work on the trail. Be prepared to work on the trail maybe 2-3 days a year. Work typically involves moving obstacles, moving some soil, cleaning up trash, putting up signage, or adding barriers. No special tools needed. Ax, shovel, gloves, ropes, trashbags, and whatever you may have handy.

Thank you for your interest!
 
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