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    Senior Member CaptCaper's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by NHClimber View Post
    Sounds like volunteering really means volunteering. Govt needs every dime they can get.
    Amen and some folks probably abuse the system .. wrecking it for others.. me.. I don't care about a few bucks to worry about hours.. I'm in agreement with if you volunteer for free your held higher among peers then if you look for a reward like a few dollar pass.

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    This was my extrinsic reward. All the intrinsic I wear inside

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    Quote Originally Posted by Salty View Post
    Actually, I would presume that to mean you can't carry over from fiscal year to fiscal year, so if you do 8 hours of maintenance of 10/1, then again in, say, April, in April you'd qualify for the pass.
    My quote stems from the fact that trail maintenance in April is rare, especially on northern trails. If I did maintenance on Ammo Ravine in April, it was not often and on snow. Blowdown removal only. That's my perspective of course, but my thought was to not plan to get in a maintenance trip before an April deadline.
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    I had a lower mountain trail when I did maintenance. I thought I had April trips in there given that, but lo and behold, May 3rd was the earliest.

    October and May still counts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RollingRock View Post
    ... the parking pass is basically the only thing the Forest Service does to reward trail adopters. They don't even send a thank you note
    USFS hosts a Volunteer BBQ every year to say Thanks to volunteer trail adopters (this year's BBQ is on June 23) ... and they offer Thanks every time we submit trail reports ...

    If you need a reward for volunteering, maybe you're doing it wrong ? What trail are you maintaining with 10+ adopters ?

    Thanks to all who volunteer !
    Last edited by arm; 06-26-2018 at 03:52 PM.
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