Seeking Volunteers for Monadnock Trails Week

Anna Berry | July 2, 2021
Mount Monadnock at sunset with logos of NH State Park and Forest Society for Trails Week.

Join the Forest Society and NH State Parks to protect and improve the trails of the Monadnock Region! Kicking off on Friday, July 30 with a "Trails and Ales" party at Granite Roots Brewery in Troy, the celebration offers many opportunities to give back to the places you love and create community.

Volunteer work crews will include the Punch Crew, working on the White Arrow Trail Project; the "Bridging the Gap" crew, LGBTQ2IA+ identified, working on bog bridges; Steps & Steeps Crew, working on the Marlboro Trail Project; and the Summit Cutters Crew on Gap Mountain. We also need help with tools and photography. See below for more details and learn more here.



Friday, July 30

10 AM- 3 PM: Bridging the Gap Crew- Volunteers Needed!

6:30 PM: Kickoff party at Granite Roots Brewing, Troy

Friday- Tuesday:

The Punch Crew- Volunteers Needed!

Steeps & Steps Crew- Volunteers Needed!

Roving Photographers- Volunteers Needed!

Saturday, July 31

Summit Cutters Crew- FULL

Tuesday, August 3

2 PM: Tools Day- Volunteers Needed!


Monadnock Trails Week is an annual collaboration between the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests and NH State Parks. We aim to protect, improve, and promote the trails of the Monadnock Region.

CLICK HERE TO SIGNUP! For more information, contact Andy Crowley at