AMC-SEM Chapter

SEM Trail Work


One Day – That’s all we ask.

Are you using the Southeastern Mass trails for recreation (hiking, biking, skiing).  If so, you should also contribute to their maintenance.  Where do you recreate?  Who maintains those trails?  If you don’t know, ask the

trailwork_Kevin hoeingWe do everything from digging in the dirt, clipping branches, painting blazes, moving rocks, building steps, changing and building trails.  Every trail project is unique and we have work for volunteers of all abilities and experiences (including none).  We teach you everything you need to know and why.

One day a year is all that is necessary if everyone pitches in.  Don’t be surprised if you find trail work fun, creative, interesting and feel compelled to return for more projects.  Trail work is fun -- otherwise none of us would do it!


Check the SEM “Trail” schedule for upcoming projects. 

See what's going on in the Trails Committee!

Thanks for Volunteering

Contact the Trails Chair with any questions.

Activity Participation Policy
"AMC encourages involvement in its mission and activities, through its membership, programs, policies and procedures. Our goal is to be a community that is comfortable, inviting and accessible for people of any age, gender, race, religion, ethnicity, ability, sexual orientation, or socioeconomic status. Some AMC programs are designed for a certain age range of members or for a special activity or topic. However, any person who mets the minimum qualifications (skills, experience, fitness) established by the trip leader(s) for an activity is eligible to attend, if space is available."

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